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Halfmoon firefighter clings to life after accident

Weather, distraction blamed for tow truck backing over Ayotte

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A longtime volunteer firefighter who was run over by a tow truck in the line of duty Tuesday remained in critical condition Wednesday. State police said Tuesday’s heavy downpour was partially to blame for the accident that injured Allen Ayotte. The 66-year-old Halfmoon man responded to a four-car accident Tuesday evening as a member of the West Crescent Fire Department. He was directing a tow truck that had arrived at the scene on the Exit ...


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