BORDENTOWN, N.J. (CBS) – An American and New Jersey native was killed while on a mission in Ukraine.
Global Response Medicine says its founder, 33-year-old Pete Reed from Bordentown, was killed Thursday while rendering aid in Bakhmut.
The organization says his death is a reminder of the dangers rescue and aid workers face, in conflict zones while they serve citizens caught in the crossfire.
Reed lived a life in service of others. First as a decorated U.S. Marine and then working in humanitarian aid.
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