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He was enjoying his Labor Day weekend on a boat with his sister and friends. At some point, he either slipped or jumped into the water, breaking his neck on the shallow seabed.
He suffered critical injuries and passed away a few days later. His organs were donated to save those in need.
Even after his death, Joshua, who worked as a firefighter, continued to save lives. His organ donation gave four people the chance to live. Adelia Harris, 24, received his heart.
Family members and friends met with Harris and took turns listening to their loved one’s heartbeat in another persons body.
His mother, father, and sister were overwhelmed with the sound, often times breaking down and embracing Harris.