In addition to dealing with the grief of losing a loved one, family members of Peyton L.S. Morse are frustrated that they can’t obtain answers from key state authorities concerning his death.

Morse died March 12, 2021, after suffering a medical emergency nine days earlier during a training exercise at New York State Fire Academy of Fire Science at Montour Falls. He was on his way to becoming a member of the city of Watertown Fire Department.

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Joseph Savoca

You can always count on Hochul to do the most politically expedient thing. She says that she will investigate knowing that she won't and knowing that the far right wing extremists will bring it up every chance she gets. That is really the way to win votes.


She won’t even examine nursing home death’s during Covid.

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