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Firefighters Sending T-Shirts to Cheer Up Young Boy

By Jaimie Cura

Christopher Dumas was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when he was just over a year old. Sometimes the days and weeks are tough but Chris is tough.

He understands what it means to be a daily fighter. It seems fitting that some of the people he admires the most are also daily fighters.

“Chris is fighting a battle against cerebral palsy and loves firefighters,” Waterford Fire Engine Company No. 1 said via Facebook. “He started a T-shirt collection so we wanted to send him a couple things from the members here.”

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