A building that burned Oct. 12 on Independence Boulevard in Kansas City collapsed, killing two firefighters.
A building that burned Oct. 12 on Independence Boulevard in Kansas City collapsed, killing two firefighters. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
A building that burned Oct. 12 on Independence Boulevard in Kansas City collapsed, killing two firefighters. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

Recording shows KC firefighters who died were in alley six minutes after collapse zone was called

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