Sheridan officers recognized for lifesaving efforts

Staff report
Posted 9/28/18

Two Sheridan Police Officers were recognized Sept. 24 by the city council for their life-saving efforts. Sgt. Robert Arellano was awarded the lifesaving medal for reviving a woman who had stopped …

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Sheridan officers recognized for lifesaving efforts

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Two Sheridan Police Officers were recognized Sept. 24 by the city council for their life-saving efforts.

Sgt. Robert Arellano was awarded the lifesaving medal for reviving a woman who had stopped breathing and was unresponsive in the 3300 block of West Hampden Avenue. Arellano immediately began performing CPR on the victim until she began breathing on her own. The victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment and survived.

Officer Anthony Cook was awarded the lifesaving medal for reviving a male pedestrian who had been struck by a car in the 2500 block of westbound US 285. Upon arrival, Cook found the victim laying in the street unresponsive and not breathing. Cook began CPR and continued his lifesaving efforts until paramedics arrived and transported the victim who survived.

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