Funeral held for slain soldier from Norwalk

Funeral services were held this morning for a soldier from Norwalk who was killed in Afghanistan.Pfc. David Fahey, Jr., 22, was killed by a roadside

NORWALK - Funeral services were held this morning for a soldier from Norwalk who was killed in Afghanistan.

Pfc. David Fahey, Jr., 22, was killed by a roadside bomb 10 days ago, according to military officials.

Services were held this morning in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., where Fahey was raised.

Fahey was buried with full military honors and his family was presented with his Bronze Star for service, the Purple Heart and the Combat Action Badge.

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