While the fireman’s watch filled, Walter Stewart heard an alert on his home email indicating that there was an active fire inside the home. After arriving at the scene, he found his family in a serious state of health inside the destroyed house.
As reported by the Mirror, the fighter jet ran to his home located in the city of Chicago, in the state of Illinois, United States of America, after hearing the emergency call. Although he was not a member of the unit that responded to the fire, he did go to the scene to help his family. When he arrived, he performed CPR on his wife, Summer-Stewart, who was hovering between life and death.
Emergency units arrived at the home that was engulfed in flames and transported the Stewarts to an area hospital to be treated for the severity of their injuries. Also inside were three children and her pet, who died at the scene. All family members are welcome.
The fire, the causes of which are still unknown, occurred on Tuesday, the seventh day of April 2023, around three o’clock in the morning. On Wednesday, March 8, their 7-year-old son, Ezra Stewart, passed away. His wife 36 died on Thursday 81 cal. Hours later, on Friday, March 10, her other two children, Emory and Autumn, a 2-year-old boy and a 9-year-old girl, were killed due to smoke inhalation injuries.
According to a resident of the neighborhood of Montclare, he heard a loud voice and when he looked outside he saw that the neighboring houses were completely engulfed in flames. Previous versions suggest that the fire started in the kitchen of the residence; although the causes are still unknown, whether it was voluntary or not.
A Chicago Department of Charity, Ignite the Spirit, provided funds to support the Stuart family during this time of grief.
As for himself, Walter Stewart granted organ donation to benefit four deceased familiesso that other people who need a transplant may have enough to live on.