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Fallen Marine back home (photos)

Crowds line Mechanicville streets as hearse goes by

Marines carry the body of Lance Cpl. Anthony Denier, of Mechanicville, to a waiting motorcade at Albany International Airport today.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Marines carry the body of Lance Cpl. Anthony Denier, of Mechanicville, to a waiting motorcade at Albany International Airport today.
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Mechanicville residents lined downtown streets, waved flags, and released balloons as the body of Lance Cpl. Anthony J. Denier was escorted back to his hometown Monday afternoon. On-and-off rainfall didn’t deter the hundreds of city residents standing along Central Avenue and Main Street or the 800 students at Mechanicville Junior-Senior High from showing their respect for the 26-year-old Marine who was killed by enemy fire Dec. 2 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The entire student body ...


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