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Graffiti bridge art honors fallen first responder

Kara Zaremba worked as a paramedic, a flight medic and a training instructor before losing her battle with ovarian cancer


By EMS1 Staff

PENSACOLA, Fla. — A paramedic’s life was honored with an art display after she lost her battle to cancer.

WEAR TV reported that Escambia County first responders gathered at Graffiti Bridge, which was painted in honor of Kara Zaremba, who was a paramedic, a flight medic and a training instructor before losing her battle with cancer Nov. 27.

Kara Zaremba was a paramedic, a flight medic and a training instructor before losing her battle with cancer. (Photo/GoFundMe)
Kara Zaremba was a paramedic, a flight medic and a training instructor before losing her battle with cancer. (Photo/GoFundMe)

"When we come together, when we lose one of our own, it takes a piece out of us all and to see everyone come together like this, it's normal for us. Kara would have loved this,” Kara’s co-worker, Gigi Owens, said.

 

Time-lapse from today at #thegraffitibridge ~ as friends of local flight medic & teacher Kara Zaremba paint the graffiti bridge in #pensacola

Posted by The Graffiti Bridge on Sunday, December 3, 2017

 

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