2023-10-02 00:11 Reporter Li Yi/San Francisco Real Time Report
The San Francisco Fire Department (SFFD) stated that two days after the death of Democratic U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein, who represented California, her body was flown from the San Francisco Fire Department on a special plane on the evening of September 30, accompanied by her relatives, chief of staff, and U.S. Representative Pelosi. Washington shipped back to his hometown of San Francisco. It is reported that San Francisco Mayor Breed and others greeted him at the San Francisco Airport, and fire officers and soldiers transported him from the airport to the Sinai Memorial Chapel. At present, his family has not announced any funeral arrangements.
A spokesman for Feinstein said that Feinstein’s daughter Katherine Feinstein took a special flight arranged by the White House to fly her mother’s body back to her hometown of San Francisco.
Feinstein’s chief of staff, James Sauls, said in a statement, “Feinstein’s death is a tremendous loss to so many, from those who loved and cared about her to the state of California where she dedicated her life to serving. People. The Senator has never given up on the fight for justice. She is willing to work with anyone, even those who oppose her, to improve the lives of Californians or the progress of the state. Few women can be called both Senator, Chairman , mayor, wife, mother and grandmother. Senator Van Damme is a force of nature who has made an incredible impact on our country and her hometown.”
San Francisco City Council Speaker Peskin previously said when celebrating the 150th anniversary of the cable car this year that Feinstein played an important role in the history of San Francisco. She was instrumental in preserving San Francisco’s iconic cable cars. She also campaigned for women’s rights in an era when sexism was prevalent.
Many politicians and community figures in San Francisco recalled that Feinstein made historic and indelible contributions to the protection of Chinatown, gun control, AIDS prevention, and transportation development during his lifetime.
“Feinstein’s passing is heartbreaking,” Pelosi said, praising her as a pillar of public service in California.
Feinstein’s body was flown back to San Francisco from Washington on a special plane and placed in a hearse. (Associated Press) Members of the San Francisco Fire Department lined up at the airport to greet Feinstein’s coffin. (San Francisco Fire Department) San Francisco California Senator
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