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Parenthood Season 2 Free 11 [BETTER]


Inside the Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu embraces Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell before a press conference where, joined by members of the American Red Cross, New Orleans EMS and the New Orleans Fire Department, they announced plans to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents in the wake of Tuesday morning's fire that killed two women and three children in the 4300 block of South Miro Street. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)




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Inside the Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell, and New Orleans EMS director Dr. Jeffrey Elder listen as NOFD superintendent Timothy McConnell outlines plans to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents in the wake of Tuesday morning's fire that killed two women and three children in the 4300 block of South Miro Street. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


Inside the Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center, Councilwoman Latoya Cantrell wipes away a tear after speaking in remembrance of the family killed in Tuesday's fire during a press conference to announce plans to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


Inside the Rosa F. Keller Library and Community Center, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu listens as NOFD superintendent Timothy McConnell describes a 10-year smoke alarm before they set out to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents in the wake of Tuesday morning's fire that killed two women and three children in the 4300 block of South Miro Street. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


Broadmoor resident Nellie Perkins talks with members of the Red Cross as she awaits firefighters to come and get her smoke alarm (at left) in working order during an initiative by several agencies to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents in the wake of Tuesday morning's fire that killed two women and three children in the 4300 block of South Miro Street. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


New Orleans firefighters Lynell Desdunes (L) and Greg Kirsch get a smoke alarm in the home of Nellie Perkins working during an initiative by several agencies to canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents in the wake of Tuesday morning's fire that killed two women and three children in the 4300 block of South Miro Street. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


As several agencies canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents, a large memorial of stuffed animals, letters and balloons has grown on the front lawn of the home in the 4300 block of S. Miro Street where two women and three children where killed in a fire Tuesday morning. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


As NOFD superintendent Timothy McConnell delivers a flyer offering free smoke alarms to a neighbor, a large memorial of stuffed animals, letters and balloons has grown on the front lawn of the home in the 4300 block of S. Miro Street where two women and three children where killed in a fire Tuesday morning. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


Members of the State Fire Marshal's office distribute flyers offering free smoke alarms as they pass the home in the 4300 block of S. Miro Street where two women and three children where killed in a fire Tuesday morning. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


New Orleans firefighters canvass the Broadmoor neighborhood to offer free smoke alarms to residents as they pass a large memorial of stuffed animals, letters and balloons that has grown on the front lawn of the home in the 4300 block of S. Miro Street where two women and three children where killed in a fire Tuesday morning. Photographed on Thursday, November 13, 2014. (Michael DeMocker, Nola.com / The Times-Picayune)


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