Community Holds Vigil for Victims of Fatal EMS Crash
PENITAS – The community came together or a candlelight vigil for the first-responder and patient killed in a head on crash.
The vigil was held at the city’s fire department.
Investigators say the driver of the EMS vehicle, 32-year-old Marine veteran Felipe Huerta Jr., and patient Delia Cortines, 68, both died at the scene.
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