Four years after the Sofa Super Store fire: A public memorial service (update: video)

Image by Battalion Chief William Goldfeder, Loveland-Symmes Fire Department The scene that chaotic night.

Update June 19: The service was held on Saturday and there's been a couple solid video reports from the somber event.

Live 5 News' video strikes more on a note of what the memorial service and site means to the firefighters and families of those firefighters that died (watch it here), while ABC News 4's video feels a bit newsier (watch that here.)

First reporting: On Saturday, June 18,  the Charleston Fire Department, their families, and the community will come together for the fourth anniversary of the Sofa Super Store fire that claimed the lives of nine firefighters.

A private ceremony will be held, at the start of the services, from 6 to 7 p.m. for the families and CFD personnel only. Chief Carr will read the names of our fallen brothers followed by the ringing of a bell.  

At the conclusion of the private ceremony, from 7 to 10, a small orchestra will play softly and the site will then be opened to the public.