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Old 01-28-2019, 21:03
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Default Michael Shepard, Los Angeles County Fire Department


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The Los Angeles County fire captain who was killed in a crash on the 14 freeway between his Jeep and a Caltrans sweeper vehicle was mourned by his family and other firefighters Thursday.

Captain Michael Shepard had been an L.A. County firefighter since 2006, the department said in a written statement.

The 63-year-old is survived by his wife, four sons, two daughters, and seven grandchildren.

In the statement, Shepard’s wife, Cathy, described him as “a dedicated husband, father and fire captain.”

“He was the source of love, comfort, protection and joy to the entire family,” she said. “It is with grieving hearts that we have lost him, but we are forever grateful for each minute we spent with him.”

Shepard last worked at Fire Station 132 in Santa Clarita, about eight miles from the crash site. LACFD officials said he lived in Agua Dulce.
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