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John Henry and Robert Kraft visit Boylston Street firehouse

Posted by Steve Silva, Boston.com Staff  March 27, 2014 10:23 PM

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Red Sox owner John Henry teamed up with Patriots owner Robert Kraft earlier today to pay a visit to the firefighters at the Boylston Street firehouse in Boston.

Wednesday's devastating fire on Beacon Street claimed the lives of firefighter Michael R. Kennedy and Lieutenant Edward J. Walsh of Engine 33, Ladder 15 on the corner of Boylston and Hereford Streets.

"Both John and I just wanted to thank these most unappreciated people in society, firemen, policemen and nurses," Kraft said.

The Celtics and Bruins have also paid tribute to the fallen heroes along with scores of groups and individuals throughout the city of Boston and the fire fighting community across the country.

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