Firefighters broke down in tears on Friday afternoon as they laid flowers and paid tributes to their two mates killed battling a blaze near Sydney. Volunteers Andrew O’Dwyer, 36, and Geoffrey Keaton, 32, were killed on Thursday evening when their truck rolled off the road after hitting a fallen tree at Buxton, south of Sydney. Their colleagues were seen sharing embraces and wiping away tears at Horsley Park Rural Fire Brigade in Sydney on Friday. Mr O’Dwyer and Mr Keaton, who were both fathers, had been fighting fires for more than a decade and were remembered as heroes by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who is in Hawaii on holiday. Scroll down for video Members of the Horsley Park Rural Fire Service broke down in tears as they remembered the firefighters at a memorial on Friday A memorial service was held for the two volunteers at the Horsley Park Rural Fire Brigade in Sydney on Friday as their fellow firefighters sobbed into each others arms Andrew O’Dwyer (left) and Geoffrey Keaton (right) were killed when their truck rolled off the road after hitting a fallen tree last night at Buxton, south of Sydney Friends and family dropped off flowers to the memorial… Read full this story
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