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Surgeons Reattach Maryland Firefighter’s Arm

Emmons underwent nine hours of delicate and intricate surgery.

Thursday, January 31, 2013


LANDOVER, Md. (WJLA) - Following a horrific morning accident on the Beltway, doctors are working tonight to save the arm of a firefighter critically injured. In all, seven people were hurt in the accident involving a fire truck, a tractor trailer and another vehicle.
 

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Maryland Paramedic Recognized for Valor at Traumatic Crash
Injured Maryland Firefighter Has Arm Reattached

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