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Garrett Busch receives a plaque from the Central Arizona Fire and Medical Authority Monday night, Aug. 27, for quickly calling 911 after seeing his friend, Nathan Rendl, be hit by a car on May 7 in Prescott Valley. To Busch’s left is CAFMA Fire Marshall Rick Chase. To his right is Nathan’s father, Bob.

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A sense of joy was clear throughout the room when Nathan Rendl got up from his seat in the Chino Valley Town Council Chambers and walked up to the podium on his own Monday night, Aug. 27.