Boston Blaze Kills Two Firefighters

Lt. Ed Walsh and Mike Kennedy died as a result of the nine-alarm fire.
3:00 | 03/27/14

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Austin now -- firefighters worked through the night at the scene of a fire that took the lives of two of their own. Fierce wind up the Charles River fanned the fire being compared now to a blowtorch. A 150 firefighters battled the nine alarm blaze. Lieutenant Ed Walsh a father of three young children died at the scene firefighter Mike Kennedy died later at the hospital. Lost two heroes here today. Makes me proud to be near the city of Boston. After watching the way that the men and women of the Boston fire department. Work today. These two heroes that we and actual burning building. Got people -- out of the building. Thirteen other firefighters were also injured but crews were able to rescue a number of people who had been trapped on upper floors of the building. And now everyone is accounted for.

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