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Medical professionals are working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. To show their appreciation and support of the CNAs, LPNs, RNs, doctors, and everyone working at CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs, local first responders and tow truck companies were on hand to "light up" the hospital's parking lot on May 14. The event, which originated with Daryl Conrad, owner of Legacy Towing and Recovery, included Garland County sheriff's deputies, Arkansas State Police, Hot Springs police, LifeNet, Hot Springs Village Fire Department, Arkansas Game and Fish, and numerous towing companies.

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