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Also attending the meeting was 4-year-old Conner St. Laurent and his mother, Rachael St. Laurent.
St. Laurent was also presented with a framed photograph of her and her son with Pulomena during a recent fire station visit.
McPherson said the little boy, whose family preferred he stay out of the spotlight, was doing extremely well following last month's accident.
Pulomena was working on a job site on Sharon Road on July 17 when he heard a woman screaming.
Without hesitation, Pulomena rushed over the fence and successfully performed several cycles of CPR on the unconscious little boy until he began coughing up water.
Conner was later taken to Elliot Hospital in Manchester, where he was released about a week and a half later. He has since made a full email@example.com
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