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Cleveland Firefighters Memorial

Cleveland Firefighters Memorial


 Firefighters Memorial, a photo by laszlo-photo on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
76 Cleveland Firefighters have been killed in the line of duty since 1863. On six separate occasions, more than one firefighter has been killed at the same incident. Although the causes may be different, the result has been the same. Firefighting is one of the most dangerous professions in America.

This memorial is for the fallen brave.

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