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Published: Friday, October 28, 2011, 9:30 p.m.

Those who helped save April's life

Here are the names of the seven Snohomish firefighters and the 32 doctors, nurses and medical experts at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett who are credited with working together to save April Rose Lutz. She was stabbed in the heart and lungs during a knife attack Monday.

Snohomish Fire District No. 4

Jason Leighty
Jesse Altizer
Jason Hodkinson
Shawn Osborne
Chris Burnette
Craig Heiak
Todd Cole

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett

Emergency Department Dr. Megan Corning
Kelsey Shipley
Kelly Calabrese
Jen Vares
Rhonda Mikels
Dr. Matthew Beecroft
Luis Alba
Jennie Campbell
Mary Anne Bader
Dr. Ryan Keay
Andi Leighty Operating room Pam Gardner
Hyuna Yoo
Robyn Collins
Jennifer Taylor-Roelofse
Marianne Bowie
John Hollis
Melissa Aylward
Tiffany Kirkpatrick
Aaron Ferguson
Karen Tooley
George Litz
Jim Miles
Dr. William "Greg" Jones
Dr. Kimberly Costas
Dr. Shine Sun
Dr. Paul Abson
Dr. Rob DeFrang
Dr. Peter Brandt-Zawadski
Dr. Joseph Austin
Dr. Frank Schramm
Dr. J. William Finley

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