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N.Y. Responder Knocked Out of Boots by Car

WEST SENECA, N.Y. -- A volunteer firefighter was sent to the hospital after being hit by a car while responding to a fire alarm Saturday night.

The incident happened on Harlem Road in West Seneca, when a member of the Winchester Volunteer Fire Department was helping guide a fire truck back out of a driveway after responding to a fire alarm, when an oncoming car struck the man.

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