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  • Vigil honors Kansas City firefighters killed one year ago

    The community of friends and family came together for a vigil, Wednesday night on the one-year anniversary to honor both Kansas City firefighters Larry J. Leggio and John V. Mesh who died fighting a blaze in a building at 2608 Independence Blvd. Family members talked to the crowd expressing their loss and appreciation for the all of the support.

The community of friends and family came together for a vigil, Wednesday night on the one-year anniversary to honor both Kansas City firefighters Larry J. Leggio and John V. Mesh who died fighting a blaze in a building at 2608 Independence Blvd. Family members talked to the crowd expressing their loss and appreciation for the all of the support. Video by Joe Ledford, photos by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star
The community of friends and family came together for a vigil, Wednesday night on the one-year anniversary to honor both Kansas City firefighters Larry J. Leggio and John V. Mesh who died fighting a blaze in a building at 2608 Independence Blvd. Family members talked to the crowd expressing their loss and appreciation for the all of the support. Video by Joe Ledford, photos by Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star

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