UPPER MERION, Pa. - Volunteer firefighter Alex Fischer returned home after being injured in a crash last month that was caused by a suspected drunk driver.Reuven Fischer wrapped his arms around his son and welcomed him home from the hospital nearly a month to the day after a serious crash. "It’s amazing that I’m here today. I mean it’s all because of Tommy he saved my life," Alex Fischer said.Fischer along with other volunteer firefighters from Lower Merion Township would forever have their lives altered on July 24 at 3:30 a.m.An accused drunk driver crashed into Fischer, Sam Shaffer, Tom Royds, and a state trooper as they were wrapping up an accident scene on the Schuylkill Expressway.
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