11 Arizona first responders have taken their own lives this year

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By Ali Vetnar | KTAR

Between sleep deprivation and post -traumatic stress disorder, Arizona first responders are hurting.

The state has lost 11 public safety members to suicide in the first 11 months of the year, according to President and CEO of the 100 Club of Arizona Angela Harrolle.

“Often it is a result of their actions in the public safety world, whether they are a firefighter or police officer they see things you and I don’t ever want to see,” Harrolle told KTAR News 92.3 FM.

The 100 Club of Arizona aims to provide any type of support needed by beneficiary families of first responders, whether their injury or death is line of duty of not.

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