Spokane police, firefighters helping kids with autism get comfortable around first responders
When Spokane fire Lt. John Goodman took his mask out, 3-year-old Lexi Mortlock buried her face in her dad’s shoulder and started sobbing.  But within a few minutes, Lexi had calmed down and was running around a garage at the Spokane Fire Department’s training complex, happily accepting a toy whale from Goodman . . . .  (Click here to read the full story by Rachel Alexander of the Spokesman-Review.)

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