Fallen upstate firefighter remembered for helping Sandy victims

Long Beach firefighters are driving more than 200 miles to say goodbye to an upstate firefighter who joined Long Island's bravest in helping Sandy victims.

Long Beach firefighters are driving 200 miles to

Long Beach firefighters are driving 200 miles to honor Captain Matthew Porcari. (January 25, 2013 11:00 PM)

Long Beach firefighters are driving more than 200 miles to say goodbye to an upstate firefighter who joined Long Island's bravest in helping Sandy victims. After Hurricane Sandy blew through Long Beach, firefighters had many of their brothers from all over the state on hand to help out. Each department signed a wall in the firehouse before they went home, but Chief Richard Corbett says one signature...

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Porcari Children Memorial Fund
c/o First National Bank
18 Lake Street
Owego, NY 13827

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