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SUCCESS —€” El Dorado Hills Fire Capt. Jon Zellhoffer, firefighter Mike Lovinger, Battalion Chief John Niehues and firefighter James Sommercamp pose with the newborn “Chief.” Courtesy photo

SPECIAL DELIVERY —€” El Dorado Hills Fire Department Battalion Chief John Niehues, left, and cattle owner Stephen Marsh spend some time with little "Chief," the calf firefighters delivered on New Year's Eve. Marsh and his wife own the cow and calf, who they say just might become a family pet. Village Life photo by Mike Roberts
SUCCESS —€” El Dorado Hills Fire Capt. Jon Zellhoffer, firefighter Mike Lovinger, Battalion Chief John Niehues and firefighter James Sommercamp pose with the newborn "Chief." Courtesy photo
El Dorado Hills firefighter James Sommercamp, right, admires the calf he helped deliver. The calf's owner Karen Marsh, far left, and friend Stephnie also watch the little newborn. Courtesy photo

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