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NATICK – The Boston Athletic Association will recognize the First Responders, who saved a runner’s life during 125th Boston Marathon, tomorrow, November 10.

The ceremony is being held at 1 p.m. outside the Natick Fire Station at 22 East Central Street in Natick and will be recognizing the runners and first responders who provided immediate, life-saving care for Meghan Roth, a participant in the 125th Boston Marathon who suffered a cardiac event near mile eight.

At this event, runners and first responders will be celebrated and recognized by the B.A.A and will receive honorary medals for their exemplary service.

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Those being honored are:

  • Natick Fire Capt. Eric Williamson
  • Natick Fire LT. Matt Mullen, NFD
  • Natick firefighter & paramedic Kyle Sammon
  • Natick firefighter Jeff Libby
  • Natick firefighter Dan Gould
  • Natick police officer Scott Wade
  • Framingham EMS/Brewster• A1(P44) – Scott Marcosa & Mark Jacobs
  • FS3 – Ken Reynolds

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  • Runner Dr. Dan Muehschlegel
  • Tom Grilk, President & CEO of the B.A.A.
  • Chris Troyanos, Medical Coordinator for the Boston Marathon

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.