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T-shirts benefiting first responders families available for purchase Friday

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Starting Friday the Lubbock Professional Fire and Police Associations will sell t-shirts benefiting the families of fallen first responders, police officer Nicholas Reyna and firefighter Eric Hill, as well as injured firefighter Matt Dawson and his family.

They'll be sold at the United on 50th St. and Indiana Ave. starting at 1 p.m. They're $15 a piece. The commemorative garment is intended to carry on their legacies of service. 

"Even though we're grieving and even though we're working through this tragic incident, that is not going to affect the response. LPD is going to be responding, LFR will be responding just like we always have and always will," Tyler Henderson, Public Information Officer for the Lubbock Professional Firefighters Association, said. 

For Business owners who want to buy shirts to sell contact the Lubbock Professional Police Association. 

Out of the first lost of 1,600 shirts ordered, 900 were already claimed by first responders. 

 

 

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