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 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.
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 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. DAVID GOODGUE Reporter
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 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. DAVID GOODGUE Reporter

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