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Firefighter & Mom Reunite 17 Years After Murrah Building Bombing

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Aren Almon Kok and Chris Fields reunite 17 years after a photographer took the picture of Fields cradling Aren's one year old daughter, Baylee Almon, one of the 168 lives lost that day. Aren Almon Kok and Chris Fields reunite 17 years after a photographer took the picture of Fields cradling Aren's one year old daughter, Baylee Almon, one of the 168 lives lost that day.
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She was a young mom who just celebrated her daughter's first birthday. He was a firefighter simply doing his job. Both worlds turned upside down in an instant -- along with many other Oklahomans on April 19th, 1995.

Two lives brought together by a still photo none of us will ever forget. Aren Almon Kok and Chris Fields reunite 17 years after a photographer took the picture of Fields cradling Aren's one year old daughter, Baylee Almon, one of the 168 lives lost that day.

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