This undated image provided by the West Webster fire department shows firefighter Lt. Michael Chiapperini. Chiapperini, 43, also the Webster Police Department's public information officer, was killed when William Spengler, 62, who served 17 years in prison for the 1980 hammer killing of his grandmother, armed himself with a revolver, a shotgun and a semiautomatic rifle before he set his house on fire to lure first responders into a death trap before dawn Monday, Dec. 24, 2012. (AP Photo/West Webster Fire Department)
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