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NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) - A woman and her grandson were rescued by three public works employees after a fire trapped them in a second floor bedroom.
Firefighters said they were called to the home on Shelton Avenue in New Haven on Tuesday morning.
They said the rescued woman, Juanita Bryant, had to push out an air conditioning unit out of a window so she could escape.
That's when the Department of Public Works employees, who were traveling in a garbage truck in the area, helped her off the roof. They also helped rescue the woman's 11-year-old grandson.
The Watertown Police Department Administration and Communications Administration notified UPSEU Members Dispatcher Patricia Bessette and Dispatcher Melissa Bostick that they had been selected as the Atlantic Chapter of the Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) “Public Safety Communications Team of the Year Award.”Read More...
The Center for Family Justice recently honored a Fairfield Police Detective for her service to the nonprofit which provides crisis and supportive services to victims of domestic and sexual violence in six local communities.
Detective Kerry Dalling, a 24-year veteran of the Fairfield Police Department, was named CFJ's 2021 "Partner of the Year" at its Annual Meeting held on June 30 at Wolfe Parke in Monroe. Read the full story here
TThe 31-year-old security worker at the district’s biggest school noticed something curious out of the corner of his eye: a car moving in reverse and a man standing next to it trying to stop the vehicle.Read More...