The quick actions of two young city staff has been rewarded.
Crime Prevention spokesperson Cheryl George says Taryn Kokesch and Kaitlin Taylor stopped to perform CPR on an unresponsive woman a few weeks ago.
“This lady was laying on the side of the road when they were out doing their duties, they stopped to see if she was okay, they found that she was unresponsive so they called 911 and started doing CPR and continued doing CPR until EMS arrived.”
The pair were given the Crime Prevention award for “demonstrated leadership in their selfless act of helping a stranger in need”.
The condition of the woman they helped is not known at this time.