Mural Outside Detroit (MI) Fire Station Remembers COVID-19 Victims

A mural dedicated to those who lost their lives to COVID-19 has made its debut, reports WXYZ Detroit.

The mural includes Captain Franklin Williams who worked his last firefighter shift on March 22, 2020. His family came out to the station on Sunday, getting their first look at the new mural.

The artist said it took about a month to create this mural and it should last for at least 25 years.

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