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Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2013 2:00 pm

New Mexico’s highest court on Thursday reinstated a workers’ compensation claim brought by the widow of a tribal police officer who died a decade ago while rescuing a drowning boy from the Rio Grande.

The ruling by state Supreme Court is the latest twist in a long-running legal fight waged by the widow of Pojoaque Pueblo Police Officer Kevin Schultz, who was off-duty when he jumped into the river in Northern New Mexico to save a 12-year-old boy in August 2002.

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