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Dear Mom: Medic leaves final gift before life cut short in plane crash

A 30-year-old woman, whose life was cut short, left a precious gift behind. Michelle Tarwater was a flight paramedic. She died last month on a plane in Humboldt County while transporting a patient.

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  • A 30-year-old woman, whose life was cut short, left a precious gift behind. Michelle Tarwater was a flight paramedic. She died last month on a plane in Humboldt County while transporting a patient.
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