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    People gather around a fire during a vigil for Tommy Porfirio at the Porfirio family home Tuesday in Benton. Porfirio, 15, along with 14-year-old Emily Baker and her 12-year-old sister, Ashlin were killed in a car accident one year ago. All three were honored during the vigil which was attended by over 30 people.

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    Masons from the Siloam Lodge on Tuesday present plaques and framed certificates of appreciation at the Clinton Fire Department for the first responders who went to the scene of a triple-fatal car crash in Clinton on Feb. 9, 2020. Clockwise from lower left: Clinton Fire Chief Travis Leary, Clinton Police Chief Rusty Bell and Burnham Assistant Fire Chief Kyle King, representing the first responders, and John McCutcheon, Dave Rancourt and Paul Dunbar representing Masons from the Siloam Lodge.

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    Sheila Porfirio, mother of 15-year-old Tommy Porfirio, holds flowers during a vigil for Tommy at the family's home Tuesday in Benton. Porfirio, along with 14-year-old Emily Baker and her 12-year-old sister, Ashlin, were killed in a car crash one year ago on Feb. 9, 2020. All three were honored during the vigil which was attended by more than 30 people.

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    Shown from left are Clinton Police Chief Rusty Bell, Clinton Fire Chief Travis Leary and Burnham Assistant Fire Chief Kyle King during a ceremony Tuesday to honor first responders who went to the scene of a triple-fatal car crash in Clinton on Feb. 9, 2020,

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    Representing the Masons from the Siloam Lodge, Dave Rancourt, left, and John McCutcheon, right, present plaques and framed certificates of appreciation for the first responders who went to the scene of a triple-fatal car crash in Clinton on Feb. 9, 2020. Receiving the items on behalf of the first responders in the center from left, Clinton Police Chief Rusty Bell, Clinton Fire Chief Travis Leary and Burnham Assistant Fire Chief Kyle King. The presentation took place at the Clinton Fire Department.

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    Clinton Fire Chief Travis Leary gathers plaques and framed certificates of appreciation on Tuesday for the first responders who went to the scene of a triple-fatal car crash in Clinton on Feb. 9, 2020.

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    Masons from the Siloam Lodge present plaques and framed certificates of appreciation Tuesday for the first responders who went to the scene of the triple-fatal car crash in Clinton on Feb. 9, 2020.

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