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“They call that cut the widow maker.” That’s how Salem Prime Cuts butcher Sean Kelley described the injury that his coworker Adam Ritchotte suffered on March 7 while cutting a beef shoulder.
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His injury didn’t make Adam’s wife a widow, however, as a team of volunteers and professionals across Hartford HealthCare worked tirelessly to save his life. The team came together again, during EMS week to be recognized for the life-saving work.
And the American School for the deaf partners with Hartford HealthCare, CT Children’s Medical Center—to ensure everyone has access to the vaccine—and to the experts if they have questions.
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