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Q and A with Barry Baker, Florida fire marshal

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On the 11th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, Barry Baker, chief of the Bureau of Fire Standards and Training, reflected on what the tragedy continues to mean for firefighters nationally.

A 2002 student-created statue at the Florida State Fire College includes a piece of the World Trade Center.

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