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James A. Dickman was a Perkins Township firefighter before joining the Toledo department. Sandusky firefighter Ryan Brotherton arranges the shirt on the board while Craig Caprara, now a Norwalk, Ohio firefighter, watches. He previously worked with James Dickman in Perkins Township.

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Firefighters from the Sandusky and Perkins Township fire departments view the apartment building in North Toledo.

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Investigators begin an investigation Monday.

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Firefighters from the Sandusky and Perkins Township fire departments view the apartment building in North Toledo. The firefighters place a Perkins Township Fire Department t-shirt and gloves on a board propped against the wall of the burned building.

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Investigators watch as fire debris is removed to allow for their investigation to continue.

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Ray Abouarab talks Monday about the fire in the North Toledo apartment building he owns.

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548 Huron Street, site of a fire which took the lives of two Toledo Fire Department firefighters and made seven people homeless.

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The sign on the union hall of International Association of Fire Fighters Local 92.

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Deputy Toledo Fire Chief Brian Byrd, acting Deputy Chief Richard Syroka, and Battalion Chief John Kaminski lower the U.S. flag to half staff, and raise a funeral flag, at Toledo Fire and Rescue headquarters on North Huron Street.

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CTY firefollow27p Firefighters from the Sandusky and Perkins Township fire departments view the apartment building in North Toledo Monday, January 27, 2013, where two Toledo firefighters were killed while battling a fire on Sunday. Firefighters Stephen A. Machcinski and James A. Dickman were killed. Dickman was a Perkins Township firefighter before joining the Toledo department. The firefighters place a Perkins Township Fire Department t-shirt and gloves on a board propped against the wall of the burned building. The Blade/Dave Zapotosky

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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins speaking at the press conference.

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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins, left, speaking at the press conference.

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Toledo Mayor D. Michael Collins, left, speaking at the press conference. At right is TFD Chief Luis Santiago.

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Toledo FIre Department Chief Luis Santiago holds a press conference.

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Toledo Police Chief William Moton at the press conference.

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TFD Chief Luis Santiago speaking at the press conference in front of images of the two firefighters who were killed Sunday in the line of duty.

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Images of Stephen A. Machcinski, left, and James A. Dickman, the two TFD fire fighters who were killed in the line of duty on Sunday, behind TFD chief Luis Santiago during a press conference.

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A mourning band over the badge of a Toledo Fire Department battalion chief.

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