BALTIMORE (AP) - Funeral services were held Saturday for firefighter Andrew Hoffman at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. Firefighters and officers saluted as Hoffman's casket passed by.
Police say the 27-year-old Hoffman and his girlfriend, Marie Hartman, were killed last weekend in Glen Burnie.
Hoffman was a third-generation Baltimore firefighter. Friends and colleagues called him a hero for his courageous actions on the job to save lives.
The suspect in the case is 37-year-old Baltimore police officer Christopher Robinson. Police say Robinson shot the two victims before killing himself.
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