Matt Levesque

Inspector, Los Angeles County Fire Department

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Seventy-two  LA County firefighters  are ready to ship out for Haiti with aid for victims of the  massive earthquake .

LA Responds to the Earthquake in Haiti

Seventy-two LA County firefighters are ready to ship out for Haiti with aid for victims of the massive earthquake .

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