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Tullytown (PA) Assistant Chief Dies from COVID-19

Firefighter fatality

Tullytown (PA) Assistant Fire Chief Rick Johnson, 50, died on Saturday morning due to COVID-19, reports ABC 6.

Fire chief and longtime friend Aaron Cohen got a group of firefighters together on Friday night and they drove to the hospital to visit Johnson, whose family could not visit him because of the potential for exposure to the coronavirus.

According to the report, Johnson had 27 years of service.

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