Hillside woman meets first responders who saved her life

A woman from Hillside is calling a group of police officers and firefighters her own personal heroes.Angelica Roche got to meet two of the first

HILLSIDE - A woman from Hillside is calling a group of police officers and firefighters her own personal heroes.

Angelica Roche got to meet two of the first responders who saved her life after a heart attack last month.

The officers stopped by her house yesterday giving the family a chance to say thank you. They say they were just doing what they were trained to do.

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