Firefighters free a man from after a wreck in downtown Modesto in July. The City Council accepted a $1.08 million federal grant Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, that will train more firefighters as paramedics.
Firefighters free a man from after a wreck in downtown Modesto in July. The City Council accepted a $1.08 million federal grant Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, that will train more firefighters as paramedics. Jim Silva jsilva@modbee.com
Firefighters free a man from after a wreck in downtown Modesto in July. The City Council accepted a $1.08 million federal grant Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2016, that will train more firefighters as paramedics. Jim Silva jsilva@modbee.com
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