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Township Council Commends Team That Saved FMS Student’s Life

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The Township Council on July 14 commended the township police officers who helped save the life of a 12-year-old middle school boy in May.


The eight members of the Township Police Department and the Franklin Middle School’s school nurse were commended July 14 by the Township Council for their work in saving the life of a student in May.

The student, who is 12 years old, went into cardiac arrest during a gym class. Members of the group commended were able to bring the boy back to life before he was transported to a local hospital.

Receiving the commendations were township police officers Dawn Flanders, Lawrence Booker, Frank Gianotto, Patrick Nurthen, Corporal Keith Hermann, Detectives Jonathan Tuchmatuli, Brandon Domotor, Detective Sergeant Brian Regan and FMS nurse Kim McNee.

The council recognized the group for its “courage, service and steadfast commitment to public safety.”

The commendation was read by Township Councilman Rajiv Prasad (D-At Large).

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