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Governor orders flags to half staff in honor of fallen firefighters

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered the commonwealth flag to fly at half-staff. The flag will remain lowered until the men have been interred. The United States flag, however, will remain at full staff, per the governor's office. The governor is also inviting all Pennsylvanians to participate in this tribute.
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Governor orders flags to half staff in honor of fallen firefighters

Gov. Tom Wolf has ordered the commonwealth flag to fly at half-staff at the Pennsylvania Capitol Complex and all commonwealth facilities statewide in honor of three firefighters who have died in the line of duty this week.

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Wolf orders flags at half-staff to honor fallen firefighters

Marvin Gruber and Zachary Paris of the New Tripoli Fire Department and Kurt Keilhofer of the Mapleton Fire Department all died in the line of duty this week.

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Gov. Wolf orders flags at half-staff for fallen firefighters

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WTAJ) — Governor Tom Wolf ordered all commonwealth flags to fly at half-staff Thursday to honor three firefighters who died in the line of duty. Kurt Keilhofer of the Mapleton Fire Department died on Tuesday, Dec. 6 after he was hit by a vehicle while working on the scene of a crash in Huntingdon County. Huntingdon Co. firefighter struck, killed by vehicle while on scene of crash Marvin Gruber and Zachary Paris of the Ne…

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