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Surgeon killed in Florida helicopter crash recently transferred from Rochester

Luis Bonilla is remembered as a dedicated and compassionate doctor. He worked to become certified in the U.S. after completing medical school in Colombia. He completed a residency in Rochester in July and recently transferred to Jacksonville, Fla.
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Luis Bonilla is remembered as a dedicated and compassionate doctor. He worked to become certified in the U.S. after completing medical school in Colombia. He completed a residency in Rochester in July and recently transferred to Jacksonville, Fla.

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