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  • Fresno parks employee hailed as hero

    David Harvey, a recreation supervisor at Fresno's Frank H. Ball Park, was recognized by the Fresno City Council as one of the city's employees of the quarter -- coincidentally, the honor came one day after Harvey was hit by stray gunfire between rival gangs as he pulled a child to safety.

David Harvey, a recreation supervisor at Fresno's Frank H. Ball Park, was recognized by the Fresno City Council as one of the city's employees of the quarter -- coincidentally, the honor came one day after Harvey was hit by stray gunfire between rival gangs as he pulled a child to safety. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
David Harvey, a recreation supervisor at Fresno's Frank H. Ball Park, was recognized by the Fresno City Council as one of the city's employees of the quarter -- coincidentally, the honor came one day after Harvey was hit by stray gunfire between rival gangs as he pulled a child to safety. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com

Wounded Fresno parks worker hailed as hero

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