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Firefighter David Lagos assists an ambulance paramedic in fitting a man with a neck brace while other firefighters attend to a pregnant woman in the passenger’s seat following a two-car fender-bender on Monday. The accident occurred just after noon on the South Island Highway in Willow Point. The injuries did not appear to be serious. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Firefighter David Lagos assists an ambulance paramedic in fitting a man with a neck brace while other firefighters attend to a pregnant woman in the passenger’s seat following a two-car fender-bender on Monday. The accident occurred just after noon on the South Island Highway in Willow Point. The injuries did not appear to be serious.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Firefighter David Lagos assists an ambulance paramedic in fitting a man with a neck brace while other firefighters attend to a pregnant woman in the passenger’s seat following a two-car fender-bender on Monday. The accident occurred just after noon on the South Island Highway in Willow Point. The injuries did not appear to be serious.

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