A decade after the Worcester Cold Storage and Warehouse Co. blaze killed six firefighters and set in motion a push to renovate or tear down dilapidated buildings, more than 24 vacant structures deemed potential hazards to firefighters remain across the city.

From the brick hulks of former mill buildings, their wooden floors rotted through, to fire-gutted three-deckers, the Worcester Fire Department's list of the city's most dangerous buildings, those marked with red-and-white “X” signs, numbered 22 as of this month.

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Special Coverage 10 Years Later, HERE

CommandSafety.com Blog coverage HERE

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