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Teen triplets turned a $120 loan from their family into a life-saving venture. Jacob, Jared and Josiah Joseph, 14, say they were inspired by the death of a local firefighter to create COVID-19 safety kits. They come with a face mask, hand sanitizer, gloves and a bottle of water. Firefighters from their Cerritos, California neighborhood showed up at their home to thank them for their work and to buy $500 worth of safety kits from them. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
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