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Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

Thank you for risking your life for all those people. You didnt have too but you did anyway and you didnt care about what could happen to you. And I respect and admire that. So RIP Mr. Ahearn.

Posted by Patrick George

Anonymous (not verified)

February 18, 2020

Any life lost in tragedy is sometimes considered a waste or that they'll be forgotten next week and this is just another incident. I know that the generation who lived through this event and future generations will remember and remorse this day forever. No life was a "waste". This man was a helper and it is extremely regrettable that he is gone... I'm sorry for this family's loss. Truely.

Posted by Cody Ray Mangels

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