Photos: Chris Hondros' Final Frames

  • Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros was killed while documenting the uprising in eastern Libya on April 20, 2011. The last photographs he took show a gunfight between Libyan rebels and government loyalist troops, who had been hiding in a house in Misrata.
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    Getty Images photographer Chris Hondros was killed while documenting the uprising in eastern Libya on April 20, 2011. The last photographs he took show a gunfight between Libyan rebels and government loyalist troops, who had been hiding in a house in Misrata.
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  • A Libyan rebel fighter fires on trapped government loyalist troops in a house in Misrata.
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    A Libyan rebel fighter fires on trapped government loyalist troops in a house in Misrata.
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  • A rebel fighter rolls a burning tire into a room where government loyalist troops are hiding.
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    A rebel fighter rolls a burning tire into a room where government loyalist troops are hiding.
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  • Rebel fighters discuss ways to dislodge the armed loyalists.
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    Rebel fighters discuss ways to dislodge the armed loyalists.
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  • A rebel fighter runs up a burning stairwell during the fight with the loyalists.
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    A rebel fighter runs up a burning stairwell during the fight with the loyalists.
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  • A Libyan rebel fighter fires into a basement.
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    A Libyan rebel fighter fires into a basement.
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  • The fighting continues despite raging fires.
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    The fighting continues despite raging fires.
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  • Libyan rebel fighters carry a comrade who was wounded during the conflict with hidden loyalist troops.
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    Libyan rebel fighters carry a comrade who was wounded during the conflict with hidden loyalist troops.
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