Oakalla launches help for injured firefighters

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  • One of the two injured was treated and released the following day, while the more severely-injured crew member, who was airlifted to the ER, remained in an intensive care unit as of 3 p.m. Tuesday. Contributed
    One of the two injured was treated and released the following day, while the more severely-injured crew member, who was airlifted to the ER, remained in an intensive care unit as of 3 p.m. Tuesday. Contributed
The community has rallied around two Oakalla volunteer firefighters, who were injured in an accident the morning of Nov. 7 in northern Burnet County, officials said. One of the two injured was treated and released the following day, while the more severely-injured crew member, who was airlifted to the ER, remained in an intensive care unit as of 1 p.m. Monday. Officials reported that the…

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