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    On April 24, 2017, Idaho State Police Trooper Steven Farley responded to a crash on I-84 near Nampa. Farley recognized that the diabetic driver had low blood sugar and grabbed a can of soda from his patrol car, which helped the driver to regain consciousness. Farley will receive the Idaho State Police Life Saving Award on Thursday, Nov. 2.

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