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Colo. first responders face worst fear: Tragedy gets personal when family is involved


 
 

Rachel Carter | | Tuesday, June 26, 2007


LONGMONT, Colo. Jesse Hodgson was uneasy as the ambulance sped to a motorcycle wreck at Weld County roads 13 and 32 on Mother s Day.

He didn t know why.

Hodgson, a paramedic and firefighter with the Mountain View Fire Protection District, had responded to countless calls like this one during his 13 years with the department.

He never felt uneasy.

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