York Revolution dedicates game to fallen firefighter

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Friday night the York Revolution baseball game was designated as Emergency Responder night.  In addition to that, they  dedicated the game to Loganville Fire Chief Rodney Miller who was killed in the line of duty in April.  Miller was killed by a drunk driver on April 27 while directing  traffic along 1-83 following an accident. This is the 7th year the revolution has held emergency responder night, but after the death of Miller they decided they would dedicate the game to him and raise money for both his family and the Loganville Fire Company.

“ Nothing we can do and no amount of money we raised can make up for what they’ve experienced and what they’ve lost but I do hope we can show them that we care as a community and I think that means a lot to people,” says Eric Menzer, General Manager of the York Revolution

T-shirts and bracelets were also sold at the game. $5 dollars of every ticket sold went  to the York County Office of Traffic Safety to Fight Drunk Driving.

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