Retired EMT, mom of late firefighter attend New York City graduation of baby saved in 1998

Regina Coyle, mother of Firefighter James “Jimmy” Coyle, and Vivian Lomacang, Coyle’s partner from his days as an emergency medical technician, attended the graduation of Amari Jamison, who Coyle and Lomacang delivered.

Johnson was born three months prematurely in 1998, with Lomacang and Coyle in attendance. The two visited her often in the NICU, and have remained part of her life since, although FF Coyle was killed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Since then, his family has remained friends with her.

Amari Jamison, now 21, graduated from a vocational program at the Brooklyn Occupational Training Center on Wednesday, reports Darla Miles of ABC 7.

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