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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