First Responders rebuild
It was a matter as simple as carrying an EpiPen.
Those were the first things to go when Hubbard First Response and Rescue cut expenses after weathering a financial scandal two years ago that left the squad demoralized, depleted and despondent.
They were down to eight people on the all-volunteer squad.
In 2011, the squad's former treasurer was given a year and a day in jail for embezzling $32,000 over a two-year period.
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