A sign at the Flint Hill Fire Department asks people to remember the nine Charleston firefighters who died last year. In back, Jason Stikeleather and James Broome wash a truck.
A sign at the Flint Hill Fire Department asks people to remember the nine Charleston firefighters who died last year. In back, Jason Stikeleather and James Broome wash a truck.
A sign at the Flint Hill Fire Department asks people to remember the nine Charleston firefighters who died last year. In back, Jason Stikeleather and James Broome wash a truck.

Let's remember firefighters still with us, too

June 19, 2008 11:33 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2008 11:38 PM

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