Glendale dedicates park bench to young boy

Posted 5/27/21

Glendale firefighters attended a park bench dedication put on by the City of Glendale’s Parks and Rec Department for 3-year-old Carson Lawrence.

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Glendale dedicates park bench to young boy

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Glendale firefighters attended a park bench dedication put on by the City of Glendale’s Parks and Rec Department for 3-year-old Carson Lawrence.

Carson was tragically killed in an accident one year ago. Glendale firefighters were there to treat him then and were there for the dedication to remember him.

The bench is located at Greenbriar Park, 6901 W. Muriel Drive. 

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