Leonardo Moreno is the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department firefighter who became seriously ill trying to save the lives of four utility workers trapped in a drainage hole in Key Largo on Monday, Jan. 16. He is pictured here helping Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Pedro Reinoso prepare a man suffering serious medical issues to board an ambulance on Aug. 5, 2015. The man passed out and crashed his pickup truck through a fence on the 18-Mile Stretch.
Leonardo Moreno is the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department firefighter who became seriously ill trying to save the lives of four utility workers trapped in a drainage hole in Key Largo on Monday, Jan. 16. He is pictured here helping Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Pedro Reinoso prepare a man suffering serious medical issues to board an ambulance on Aug. 5, 2015. The man passed out and crashed his pickup truck through a fence on the 18-Mile Stretch. DAVID GOODHUE dgoodhue@keysreporter.com
Leonardo Moreno is the Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department firefighter who became seriously ill trying to save the lives of four utility workers trapped in a drainage hole in Key Largo on Monday, Jan. 16. He is pictured here helping Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Pedro Reinoso prepare a man suffering serious medical issues to board an ambulance on Aug. 5, 2015. The man passed out and crashed his pickup truck through a fence on the 18-Mile Stretch. DAVID GOODHUE dgoodhue@keysreporter.com

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