Dec 3, 2014 12:00 PM
DURHAM - Corey Landry has been the chief in Durham for six years and a firefighter for close to three decades.
On the 15th anniversary of the deadly Cold Storage Warehouse fire in Worcester, Mass., Landry - the Dover fire chief - remembered how he felt when he saw the news.
In the days following the massive fire, the bodies of six Worcester firefighters were recovered. They have since been known as the "Worcester 6."
Landry and his men, like so many firefighters across the country, wore a "W6" sticker on their helmets as a reminder of the dangers of the job and the sacrafices made by so many of their brothers.
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