The identities of the four firefighters who were killed in a fire at the Southwest Inn in Houston on Friday have been revealed.
All four were killed after the roof caved in while searching for survivors in the hotel in what is being called the deadliest blaze in 118-year history of the Houston Fire Department.
Anne Sullivan, 24, was a rookie with the HFD who was only one month out of the Houston Fire Department Academy when she was killed.
Captain Matthew Renaud, 35, had been with the department for more than 11 years and a recipient of a Valor award.
Robert Bebee, 41, was a 12-year veteran with the department and an engineer operator.
Robert Garner, 29, had been with the department for 2-and-a-half years.