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Bruce Springsteen's Son Is 1 Of 15 New Firefighters In Jersey City

NPR Thursday, 16 January 2020
In New Jersey Tuesday, rock icon Bruce Springsteen's son Sam was sworn in as a firefighter. He is one of 15 new firefighters in Jersey City.
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Bruce Springsteen played the proud dad on Tuesday when his son was officially sworn in as a firefighter in the family's native New Jersey.

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