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VICTIMS REMEMBERED

‘We can’t hug our family’

Vigil remembers victims, calls for justice on fire anniversary

A vigil was held at the scene of an unsolved fatal fire on Hulett Street in Schenectady on Friday. A $12,000 reward is being offered to help solve the fire that killed David Terry and three of his children.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A vigil was held at the scene of an unsolved fatal fire on Hulett Street in Schenectady on Friday. A $12,000 reward is being offered to help solve the fire that killed David Terry and three of his children.
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Raeleen Armour stood in the vacant lot on Hulett Street and asked for a volunteer. “Who’s going to start our birthday song?” she said, as about 20 children sat before shrines to David Terry and his family. “Sing ‘Happy Birthday David.’ ” The choir came through. Small voices saluted Terry, who would have turned 34 years old today. Other people were on Hulett Street Friday night to mark another date, and they were in more somber ...


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