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Giving Life: Firefighters gave life jackets to children Saturday

The North San Juan Fire Department and Firefighters Association will be giving away lifejackets for children of all ages, Saturday, their fire station on Tyler Foote Crossing Road. Shannon O'Shea lost her son Keegan Carovich age 12, June 29, 2013, South Fork Yuba River, with a life jacket and photos of her son at the event that talked safety of having a life jackets.
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The North San Juan Fire Department and Firefighters Association gave away life jackets for children of all ages, Saturday. Top, fire fighter Nels Nelson fit a life jacket on Justin Kuehn, 5, while Pete “Ocean” Kuehn watched. Above, Shannon O’Shea stands with a life jacket and photos of her son, Keegan Carovich, 12, whom she lost June 29, 2013 at the South Fork Yuba River. She spoke at the event about the safety of having a life jacket.


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