• 7-year-old becomes honorary fire chief in Chatham


    CHATHAM, Mass. -- Chatham's fire chief has some new help, a 7-year-old suffering from neuroblastoma was named Honorary Chief.

    Jesse Nash was presented with his own uniform and helmet at a special ceremony.

    He's now the youngest fire chief in Chatham history and possibly in the entire state.

    The department says firefighters need to have strength, bravery and courage -- three qualities Jesse presents every day.

    Of course, no firefighter ceremony is complete without a ride through town in the truck.


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