Air medical teams remember lost lives, fundraising for memorial

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DENVER -- Air medical teams whose colleagues have lost their lives were remembered on Friday.

Josh Stewart's wife Leslie was killed when her chopper went just last year in Oklahoma.

On their decent they had problems and she died from her injuries.

Air medical personal have died in accidents while trying to save lives.

Pilots, nurses, medics, technicians, and patient’s family members have lost their lives in mis-haps.

The same way firefighters, police and military fight in the line of duty.

There is a plan to build a permanent memorial along the foothills in Littleton for these people.

Organizers fundraised in hope to raise a million dollars for construction, before the air medical memorial can truly take off.

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