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Waynesboro EMT Killed on Job Receives National Honors

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Timothy "Kyle" Southern Timothy "Kyle" Southern

A Waynesboro EMT killed on the job is receiving national honors. 

Timothy Kyle Southern, who went by Kyle, died a year and a half ago when the Priority Patient ambulance he was driving crashed head-on into another vehicle. The 21-year-old Southern also volunteered for the Waynesboro First Aid Crew. 

He was selected to be on the National EMS Memorial through an anonymous nomination. 

"It really makes us feel really good, and heart-warming to know that someone here in the First Aid Crew or in the community nominated him for such a high honor," said Kyle's father, Tim Southern. 

The Waynesboro First Aid Crew gave Southern's parents $350 to help fly to Colorado for the national EMS memorial service this Saturday.

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