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Fighting for First Responders

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TUESDAY AT 11PM – Every day, police, fire and ambulance first responders see haunting images and traumatic scenes that stay with them forever.

“I’ve seen it happen, and I know it’s real,” says Senator Greg Hembree, SC (R), District 28.

But a bill struggling to pass in the state Senate could help save lives of first responders battling PTSD.

“These are brave men and women who did what we asked them to, and because of it – they’re not going to be the same people,” Sen. Hembree says.

Find out what local lawmakers are doing in our WMBF Investigates Special Report: Fighting for First Responders, Tuesday at 11 p.m.

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