Fruita boy, 8, recounts drive that turned scary—almost

Dillon Earl said his thoughts were “I need to get this taken care of” when his grandmother suffered a seizure at the wheel as they traveled to church Sunday.



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Dillon Earl said his thoughts were “I need to get this taken care of” when his grandmother suffered a seizure at the wheel as they traveled to church Sunday.

It was a drive to church that an 8-year-old Fruita boy and his grandmother won’t soon forget. Dillon Earl, a second-grader at Shelledy Elementary School, was on his way to Fellowship…




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