Fallen soldier honored in Norwalk ceremony

A fallen soldier from Norwalk was honored at a ceremony today as a man who gave his life protecting the United States. U.S. Army Spc.

NORWALK - A fallen soldier from Norwalk was honored at a ceremony today as a man who gave his life protecting the United States.

U.S. Army Spc. David Fahey was killed in February in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb exploded.

Fahey's aunt, Caroline Ettinger, says her emotions are still fresh, especially when her nephew is honored at events such as today's Shea-McGrath Memorial Ceremony.

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