SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A non-profit has paid off the home mortgage of Adam Gibson, a Sacramento County sheriff’s deputy who was killed in the line of duty after a chase led to a shootout near Cal Expo in January.

The organization Tunnel to Towers announced Wednesday that they paid off Gibson’s family’s mortgage as part of their third-annual “Season of Hope.”

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Gibson was one of eight fallen California first responders chosen for the gift. Tunnel to Towers said in a news release it “immediately took on the mortgage” of Gibson’s family’s home after his death, and it was fully paid off as of November.

Gibson, 31, was a six-year veteran of the force and was killed along with K-9

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