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The Dawson Fisher story: EMS' Taylor, Akin 1st at scene

2014-04-23 - 901 Westlake Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo By Linda Waggener, CM Photo. Heroes, every day just doing their jobs so competently - but at the welcome home for Dawson Fisher, they got special recognition. Chris Taylor, left, and Todd Akin, veteran EMS paramedics, were the first to reach Dawson when the child was caught in the fire. They, the Adair County EMS, Westlake Regional Hospital and the Shriners Hospital in Cincinnati were all recognized at the Welcome Home party given Dawson and his family Monday evening, April 21, 2014, at Westlake. It was a time for rejoicing and re-commitment to continuance of the support of a caring community for Dawson Fisher, and a tribute to his courage in the face of a prolonged return to full recovery. - CM
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