Archive - Oct 10, 2011

Archive - Oct 10, 2011

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35-Year-Old Firefighter Dies While Running in Chicago Marathon

CHICAGO -- A 35-year-old North Carolina firefighter who was running for charity died Sunday after collapsing during the Chicago Marathon.

Greensboro Deputy Fire Chief Clarence Hunter said that William Caviness was running to raise money to help burn victims, but declined to talk further. He did read a statement from Chief Gregory Grayson. "Our hearts and prayers go out to the entire Caviness family in this tremendous loss of Capt. Will Caviness. The Greensboro Fire Department family is grieving this great loss and will strive to support the family through this difficult time."

Hunter said that the department would not have anything further to say until Monday, after talking to the Caviness family.

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