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Names of 8 fallen firefighters added to NY memorial wall

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The names of eight New York firefighters who died in the line of duty have been added to a memorial near the state Capitol. Half of the eight honored at a ceremony Tuesday died last year. One of them, Arthur Stickney of Malone, died in 1942. The others are Jack Rose […]
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