Flags lowered to half-staff for Dennis Guerra, police officer who died after Coney Island fire

Commissioner Bratton presided over a special ceremony as

Commissioner Bratton presided over a special ceremony as flags were lowered at police headquarters earlier today. (Credit: News 12)

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Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all flags be lowered to half-staff across the city today in honor of police officer Dennis Guerra, who died this morning at Montefiore Medical Center.

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton says Guerra, 38, gave his life trying to save others, which is the ultimate selfless act. Guerra rushed to the 13th floor of a Coney Island building fire on Sunday trying to help...

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