Salute to healthcare workers parade supports frontline workers at Capital Health campus

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Health care workers wave back during a salute parade at the campus of Capital Health Medical Center in Hopewell Township on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE
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Members of Union Fire Company and Rescue Squad in Titusville salute health care workers at Capital Health in Hopewell Township on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE
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Health care workers on the campus of Capital Health wave back to the parade supporting their frontline fight against the coronavirus pandemic on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE
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Health care workers wave back during a salute parade at the campus of Capital Health Medical Center in Hopewell Township on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE
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Members of Union Fire Company and Rescue Squad in Titusville salute health care workers at Capital Health in Hopewell Township on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE
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Health care workers on the campus of Capital Health wave back to the parade supporting their frontline fight against the coronavirus pandemic on May 1. PHOTOS COURTESY OF MARY JANE

Healthcare workers at the campus of Capital Health Medical Center received a parade of support from area first responders and municipal departments.

The parade in Hopewell Township on May 1 featured 95 units from area’s police, fire, rescue, elected officials and public works who paraded around the campus of Capital Health Hopewell to show support while they fight the current pandemic.

Units that participated included those from Hopewell Valley such as Titusville and Hopewell Borough, Lawrence Township, Ewing Township, New Jersey State Police and the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department.