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Facing South Florida: Hero Lifeguard
July 8, 2012 at 4:35 pm
Lifeguard Tomas Lopez
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CBS4’s Jim DeFede spoke with former Hallandale Beach lifeguard, Tomas Lopez.
Jim DeFede joined CBS4 News in January 2006 and serves as an investigative reporter for the station, as well as host of its Sunday morning public...