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Updated 09/10/2009 06:16 PM
By: Andy Mattison
A second day of testimony in the Alan Jones murder trial in Oswego. Jones is accused of killing his 11-year-old stepsister, Erin Maxwell, at their Palermo home last August. On Thursday, first responders took the stand. Our Andy Mattison has more on what they told the jury about the day they found Erin.
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Thursday, two medics and a volunteer firefighter took the stand. The firefighter was the one who transported Erin from her bedroom to the ambulance, performing CPR and advanced life support.
Jurors also saw the first images of the injuries to Erin's body. The defense showed pictures of the child taken during her autopsy, which showed ligature marks on her neck, along with black and blue marks and trauma to her lips. The defense questioned whether some of these injuries could have been caused during CPR.
Testimony continues Friday.
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