Blue Angels fly across D-FW in salute to COVID-19 frontline workers

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Gianna Ortner-Findlay

Photographer Gianna Ortner-Findlay catches the Navy Blue Angel Air Team in action as they make their rounds over North Texas Hospitals. The flight, which honored the first responders and medical workers, started at 11 a.m. The Blue Angels began their "salute" in McKinney and flew area hospitals. "I like what they did about soaring over the hospital saying thank you to all the doctors and nurses because it was a way of saying thank you but in a new and different way," student Emily Reish said.

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