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Stuart Hardy, 31, suffered an extensive brain injury; he leaves behind a wife and three young daughters.
Barry Miller, 50, was in the front-passenger seat of the ambulance when it rear-ended a slow-moving construction vehicle.
The firefighters quickly assessed the woman's wound and provided treatment; she was rushed to a local hospital and received several doses of anti-venom.
The memorial was remodeled and 3,830 names were added to its granite walls in honor of firefighters and paramedics who died between Feb. 28, 1918 and Dec. 31, 1975.
The firefighter/EMT was driving the ambulance at the time of the rear-end collision; he leaves behind a wife and four children.

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