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Remembering An Arizona Pilot Who Saved Lives Delivering Blood01:55
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Mac McClure (left) flew more than 800 blood missions for Flights for Life. Volunteer pilots with the group help supply remote hospitals with blood every day. McClure died Tuesday in a plane crash. Ray Reher is also pictured here. (Stina Sieg/KJZZ)
Mac McClure (left) flew more than 800 blood missions for Flights for Life. Volunteer pilots with the group help supply remote hospitals with blood every day. McClure died Tuesday in a plane crash. Ray Reher is also pictured here. (Stina Sieg/KJZZ)
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In January, we brought you the story of a group of Arizona pilots who volunteer to fly blood to rural hospitals. One of the pilots we featured died last week in a plane crash during a blood delivery.

Stina Sieg from Here & Now contributor KJZZ in Phoenix has this remembrance.

Read more on this story via KJZZ.

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Stina Sieg, senior field correspondent for KJZZ in Phoenix, Arizona. She tweets @StinaSieg.

This segment aired on August 8, 2016.

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