Rock Hill firefighter Anthony Baker works Tuesday on a vent saw at Rock Hill Fire Station No. 1 on Elizabeth Lane. The saw is a modified chain saw

used to cut through a roof to vent a fire. Baker was one of 28 Rock Hill

firefighters who went to Charleston last week after the deaths of nine

firefighters there.
Rock Hill firefighter Anthony Baker works Tuesday on a vent saw at Rock Hill Fire Station No. 1 on Elizabeth Lane. The saw is a modified chain saw used to cut through a roof to vent a fire. Baker was one of 28 Rock Hill firefighters who went to Charleston last week after the deaths of nine firefighters there.
Rock Hill firefighter Anthony Baker works Tuesday on a vent saw at Rock Hill Fire Station No. 1 on Elizabeth Lane. The saw is a modified chain saw used to cut through a roof to vent a fire. Baker was one of 28 Rock Hill firefighters who went to Charleston last week after the deaths of nine firefighters there.

Rock Hill firefighter's story: 1 life saved, 9 lives mourned

June 27, 2007 12:08 AM

UPDATED June 27, 2007 08:35 AM

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