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By Steve King
Topic - Rosa Rodriguez
A New York City police officer who survived a Coney Island fire last month that killed her partner left the hospital Monday to wild cheers from her fellow officers and the sound of bagpipes.
New York City police Officer Dennis Guerra was an example of "valor and devotion to duty" who acted with selflessness and heroism long before he answered a call to a Brooklyn apartment fire last week that killed him, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday at Guerra's funeral.
A police officer who was critically injured last weekend while responding to a mattress fire in a Brooklyn apartment building succumbed to his injuries Wednesday, Police Commissioner William J. Bratton said, noting that the father of four "died trying to save others."
Rodriguez has told police officials that she's eager to go back to work.