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July 8, 2013

NH responders unite to help EMT with cancer

FARMINGTON, N.H. — After answering the call to help others for the past two decades, a first responder from Middleton was touched to see so many people come to his aid recently.

While terminal lung cancer prevents Farmington Emergency Medical Services Lt. Scott Norton from responding to calls for help from residents, his long-standing, selfless dedication brought the community together.

More than 100 area residents, officials, Norton’s co-workers at GC-AAA Fence in Dover and first responders enjoyed pancakes, haircuts and hotdogs during a fundraiser that collected at least $2,000 for Norton. “It’s overwhelming to see all these people come out for one man,” Norton said, adding he was so glad to be able to make it down to the station to see people he’s worked with for years.

Full story: First responders unite to help Farmington EMT with cancer