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Firefighter, soldier who died on military base succumbed to drug overdose

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The Arizona firefighter and US Army Ranger who was found dead at an Arizona Army National Guard base earlier this year reportedly died of a drug and alcohol overdose.

45-year-old Captain Justin Doherty allegedly died in July from died of an overdose involving alcohol, oxycodone and fentanyl coupled with diazepam.

A veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq, Doherty was beloved by the Phoenix Fire Department, who awarded him a medal for bravery after he entered a building in shorts and flip flops in an attempt to save people.

According to AZ Central, Doherty was given a hero’s funeral and was posthumously promoted to Fire Captain.

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