FDNY firehouse pays awesome tribute to Harold Ramis by rehanging ‘Ghostbusters’ sign

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Yesterday, comedy legend Harold Ramis passed away at the way-too-early age of 69. The internet paid tribute to the fallen comedic star of Ghostbusters, Stripes and writer of such classics as Animal House and Meatballs. All the memorials pale in comparison to an epic real-life gesture from the New York City Fire Department.

FDNY Hook & Ladder 8, the firehouse that was the headquarters for the Ghostbusters in all three movies, hung a Ghostbusters sign outside of the building in memory of Ramis. A fan passing by the firehouse noticed the sign, snapped a pic, and posted it to Twitter.

 

Rest in peace, Harold.


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