Harrison Firefighters Presented with Blue Maltese Award

The award was given for life-saving actions taken by the firefighters on March 21.

(Harrison, Oh.) – Four Harrison Firefighters have been recognized for their life-saving response.

Fire Chief William Hursong recently presented the Blue Maltese Award to Doug Nusekabel, Daric Hamon, Andrew Hardwich and Michael Orlando for their actions at a private residence on March 21.

The four provided life-saving CPR to a senior adult that was unresponsive. 

For Nusekabel and Hamon, it was the first time in their careers providing life-saving CPR.

The patient was released from the hospital six days later.

For more information, visit News Flash • Harrison, OH • CivicEngage (harrisonohio.gov).

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