Eighteen Detroit firefighters are being investigated after posing for a group photo outside of a burning house on New Year's Eve. The house was vacant, and it was deemed too dangerous to enter. But Detroit Fire Commissioner Eric Jones said the photo was still "inappropriate and unprofessional." "Behind every fire is a devastated family or property owner," he said. The firefighters were reportedly celebrating the retirement of a battalion chief.
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