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  • Sacramento firefighters 'Brave the Shave' to support Anderson family

    Mason Anderson has asked Sacramento area firefighters to shave their heads in support of his family. His father, former Sacramento County Airport fire Capt. Timothy Anderson, died of occupational cancer in April this year. His mom, Lacey, has stage 2 breast cancer. Firefighters have stepped up to the plate, as shown in this video posted Thursday.

Sacramento firefighters 'Brave the Shave' to support Anderson family

Mason Anderson has asked Sacramento area firefighters to shave their heads in support of his family. His father, former Sacramento County Airport fire Capt. Timothy Anderson, died of occupational cancer in April this year. His mom, Lacey, has stage 2 breast cancer. Firefighters have stepped up to the plate, as shown in this video posted Thursday.
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