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Paramedic Comes to Aid of Brother-in-Law

EAST VOLUSIA, Fla. -- Dialysis treatments for a diseased kidney were leaving Robert Underwood so fatigued every week he no longer had the time or energy to truly live his life.

Time with his wife and children, working as a mechanic and simply being able to take a walk down the street were no longer an option.

Then Underwood's life changed -- literally -- thanks to his brother-in-law Adam Clatterbuck.

On June 17, Clatterbuck, a paramedic with EVAC ambulance, donated one of his kidneys to Underwood.

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