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Fifth graders get a ride to school on fire truck

Published: Friday, June 6, 2014 10:49 p.m. CDT
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(Sandy Bressner – sbressner@shawmedia.com)
Madison Brusven, 11, sits in her fifth-grade classroom at Anderson Elementary School in St. Charles after arriving to school for the day on a Fox River and Countryside Fire Department truck. Brusven was offered the ride to school after raising $2,260 during the school's March 21 St. Baldrick's fundraiser for childhood cancer research.
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(Sandy Bressner – sbressner@shawmedia.com)
Fifth-grader Madison Brusven, 11, walks to her classroom at Anderson Elementary School in St. Charles by Fox River and Countryside Fire Department firefighter/paramedic Scott Sulak (left0 and Captain Scott Vaughn. Brusven was given a ride to school on one of the department's truck after raising $2,260 during the school's March 21 St. Baldrick's fundraiser for childhood cancer research.

Anderson Elementary School fifth-grader Madison Brusven, 11, and her friend, Brooke Spriet, 11, prepare ride to school for the day on a Fox River and Countryside Fire Department truck. Brusven was offered the ride to school after raising $2,260 during the school's March 21 St. Baldrick's fundraiser for childhood cancer research.

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