WASHINGTON - Firefighters and paramedics in Washington who've shown bravery in the line of duty will be honored at an awards ceremony.
Tuesday's ceremony at the National Building Museum will include awards for D.C. Fire and EMS employees "who have distinguished themselves with courage and valor" in 2010 and 2011.
The event will include remarks by District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray and Fire Chief Kenneth Ellerbee.
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