Especially grateful this Thanksgiving is Grandview Fire Department Capt. Alan Dugan (right), who survived being trapped inside a burning building Oct. 5. Firefighter Sean D’Agostino (left) was outside the building and helped rescue Dugan, who suffered multiple burns.
Especially grateful this Thanksgiving is Grandview Fire Department Capt. Alan Dugan (right), who survived being trapped inside a burning building Oct. 5. Firefighter Sean D’Agostino (left) was outside the building and helped rescue Dugan, who suffered multiple burns. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Especially grateful this Thanksgiving is Grandview Fire Department Capt. Alan Dugan (right), who survived being trapped inside a burning building Oct. 5. Firefighter Sean D’Agostino (left) was outside the building and helped rescue Dugan, who suffered multiple burns. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

‘The Bull’ of the Grandview Fire Department offers thanks

November 25, 2015 02:55 PM

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