Arthur A. Tullis‚ 61‚ Chief of the LaGrange Park Fire Department‚ died on May 4‚ 1999‚ of a heart attack at the scene of a false alarm. He had been a member of the department for more than 35 years‚ serving as chief for the last 12 years. Tullis received special recognition for his efforts following a train collision in 1977.
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