Blackfeet firefighter who died on duty laid to rest
Michael MacDonald, a firefighter from the Blackfeet Nation of Montana who died in the line of duty, was laid to rest on Saturday.

MacDonald was a member of the Chief Mountain Hot Shots fire crew. He died in a helicopter collision on June 29, when he was fighting a fire in Arizona.

MacDonald was 26 and was expecting a child. His partner, CeCe Corcoran, is due to deliver a boy on August 6.

"I still have a piece of him coming," Corcoran said at MacDonald's funeral, The Great Falls Tribune reported.

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