Collin Campbell, left, holds a stuffed bear that was given to his brother Jacob by officers who witnessed his fight to live from a heart condition. Corey and Lisa Campbell, background from right, are mourning their son Jacob who died Dec. 28, 2009.
Collin Campbell, left, holds a stuffed bear that was given to his brother Jacob by officers who witnessed his fight to live from a heart condition. Corey and Lisa Campbell, background from right, are mourning their son Jacob who died Dec. 28, 2009. Janet Jensen Staff photographer
Collin Campbell, left, holds a stuffed bear that was given to his brother Jacob by officers who witnessed his fight to live from a heart condition. Corey and Lisa Campbell, background from right, are mourning their son Jacob who died Dec. 28, 2009. Janet Jensen Staff photographer

Passing together, a pair of heroes

January 10, 2010 10:00 PM

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