CHINA Ashes of firefighters brought home

CHINA

Ashes of firefighters brought home

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20:33, April 06, 2019

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters. (Photos: Xinhua)

The six firefighters included Xu Penglong, Zhao Yongyi, Zhang Shuai, Kang Rongzhen, Zhang Chengpeng from Shandong Province, and Tang Boying from Hainan Province.

The forest fire broke out on March 30 in Muli County, Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefecture. It killed 27 firefighters and three locals.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters.

The ashes of the six firefighters who lost their lives in the deadly forest fire in southwest China’s Sichuan Province were returned to their hometowns on April 5. People from their hometowns went out to show their respects for the firefighters. (Compiled by Zhan Huilan)

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