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Two minutes silence for firemen
The two firefighters who died
Michael Miller (left) and Jeff Wornham died while tackling a fire
Firefighters across Hertfordshire have held a two minute silence for two of their colleagues who died trying to save a mother from a blaze.

Jeff Wornham, 28, of Royston, Herts, and Michael Miller, 26, of Stevenage, died in the fire at the Harrow Court block of flats on 2 February 2005.

To commemorate their lives an antique bell was dedicated to their memory at their old fire station.

In October this year, two streets in Stevenage were named after the pair.




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