12/17/2015 • 7 years ago
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Last night 16-year veteran Cambridge Firefighter Jeremy Collins won the 31st season of CBS's SURVIVOR. Every contestant this season had been on a previous show of SURVIVOR and was voted back for a 'second chance' by the public. Jeremy received a unanimous vote from the jury to win the show and grand prize of $1,000,000. His pregnant wife and two daughters were also present on the live telecast to share in his win.
"All of us are very proud of Firefighter Collins and the way he represented the department throughout his Survivor experience," said Chief Gerald Reardon. "As many in America witnessed, he carries himself with grace and dignity. He is focused on the task at hand and that's what we are used to seeing in the fire department. All of us in the Cambridge Fire Department couldn't be happier for Jeremy, his wife Val and their beautiful family."
To learn more, you can visit here: CBS Survivor.