Terri LeAnn Hood‚ 31‚ a member of the McCulloch Volunteer Fire Department‚ died on September 15‚ 1999‚ when a fire truck struck her at the scene of a wildland fire during heavy smoke conditions. Hood devoted much of her time to community volunteer and charity work.
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