Nurse brushes aside praise for helping officer


By Hayes Hickman
The Knoxville News-Sentinel

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - It wasn't the first gunshot wound Tim Hall had treated, but it was the first one the registered nurse encountered in his own neighborhood.

Hall shied away from authorities' praise for his heroic actions, however, as the first person to aid Knoxville police officer Norman Rickman after he was shot Tuesday while responding to a burglary alarm at a Northwest Knoxville home.

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