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Baltimore City honors fallen firefighters on first anniversary of deadly Stricker Street fire

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(Baltimore, MD) -- Three Baltimore firefighters who died battling a massive row-house fire are being remembered on the one-year anniversary of their deaths.

Lieutenant Paul Butrim, firefighter-paramedic Kelsey Sadler and EMT-firefighter Kenny Lacayo were killed when the vacant row-home on South Stricker Street partially collapsed.

A fourth firefighter was seriously injured.

Baltimore fire stations are flying flags at half-staff today and the city observed a moment of silence this morning to mark the anniversary.

The deaths were ruled homicides, and the fire classified as incendiary, but there have been no arrests in the case.

Article contributed by source.metronews.com