Yonkers firefighters are mourning the loss of one of their own.
Firefighter Antonio Rodriques, 49, was taken off life support Tuesday night at Westchester Medical Center, according to The Journal News.
The mayor's office released a statement attributing the 12-year veteran's death to complications from a hemorrhagic stroke and a fire department memo states that the firefighter had been hospitalized since July 18 following injuries he sustained on May 9 while taking part in on-duty training.
The department is recognizing Rodriques' death a line-of-duty death.
Officials said his organs are scheduled to be donated through the New York Organ Donor Network.
"Rodriques took part in many life-saving rescues during his career and, through his death, he saved still more," Acting Fire Commissioner John Flynn wrote in the memo.