BOSTON (CBS/AP) — Fellow firefighters and regular citizens are paying their respects to two Boston firefighters who died fighting a fire in a brownstone.
A makeshift memorial of flowers, candles, condolence notes and even a green Red Sox baseball cap has sprung up outside the Boylston Street home station of Lt. Edward Walsh and Michael Kennedy, who died in the Back Bay fire Wednesday.
Passers-by on Thursday paused on their way to work, some adding to it.
Seventeen-year Somerville Fire veteran Earl Johnson, like many New Englanders, came to Engine 33’s home station offering support and prayers.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports