YORK, Pa. (WHTM) — Monday, Nov. 28’s hometown heroes are continuing a tradition that saves lives.

The memorial blood drive took place in York on Friday, Nov. 25, in memory of two fallen firefighters.

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Zac Sweitzer and Chief Rodney Miller, who lost their lives in vehicle crashes, worked for the Loganville Volunteer Fire Company.

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The blood drive has been running for 14 years. This year’s drive collected 107 units of blood, which can help a total of 321 patients.