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Paramedic Killed in Philly Warehouse Fire

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- A local paramedic was one of two firefighters killed in an early-morning five alarm warehouse fire in Kensington, CBSPhilly.com reports.

Daniel Sweeney, 25, was a professional member of the Philadelphia Fire Department and also a part-time paramedic with the Warminster, Tri-Hampton and Penndel-Middletown EMS squads.

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