Paramus thanks first responders before July Fourth parade

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Paramus residents thanked first responders Wednesday, weeks after a devastating school bus crash involving Paramus students.

Before the Town's Fourth of July parade, Boy Scouts cooked, prepared and handed out nearly 200 breakfast sandwiches to all the first responders in the region.

The crash on I-80 on May 17 killed a student and a teacher. Since the crash, the town has used #ParamusStrong as a rallying cry.

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