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Fallen Fireman, Ted Hall, Saluted on 123-Mile Journey Home

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Fire Captain Tedmund Hall died along with firefighter Arnaldo Quinones last Sunday afternoon during the Station Fire when their truck plunged down an 800-foot hillside. Today, his body was transported to his Victorville home while being saluted at various points along the 123-mile route from Los Angeles (see the route embedded below). A week from tomorrow, a public memorial will be held for Hall and Quinones at Dodger Stadium.

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