How to save a life: Several receive awards for keeping Newton resident alive

Elizabeth Eells of Newton hugs one of the first responders to her cardiac arrest call in February 2016, Lt. Joe Martin, on Monday afternoon at the Newton Fire/EMS Department on East Third Street. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Wendy Nugent Newton Now During the Newton Fire/EMS Awards Reception earlier this month, there was one unassuming young woman sitting in the audience...


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