Angels awarded for exemplary service

Michael Bushnell
Northeast News

Two of the Independence Avenue Titan Security detail were recognized recently for heroism during a medical emergency call at the Wilson Road Price Chopper.

Both officers received an “outstanding service” pin at a small ceremony at the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District office at 2657 Independence Boulevard.

Officers Ludlum and DeBerry were conducting a store visit late in October when a woman suffered a cardiac arrest.

Officer DeBerry administered CPR on the victim while officer Ludlum kept the woman’s spouse and onlookers calm until emergency medical personnel arrived on the scene.

“We’re extremely lucky to have Angels of this caliber working with us along the Avenue,” said Bobbi Baker-Hughes, the CID’s Chief Executive Officer.

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