Firefighter-EMT honored for off-duty save
Hunter Kline revived a man with CPR at a local establishment
By FireRescue1 Staff
LEVY COUNTY, Fla. — A firefighter-EMT was honored for saving a life while off duty.
Chiefland Citizen reported that Levy County firefighter-EMT Hunter Kline was presented with a certificate of appreciation for his quick use of CPR when a patron at a local establishment became unresponsive.
“It is reported that the patron is alive and doing well as a result of Hunter’s quick action,” Commissioner Matt Brooks said, leading to a standing ovation for Kline.
“Just recognize that our first responders have a really tough job, and even when they’re off duty, they’re caring about others’ lives and exemplifying their training and doing our county proud,” Brooks said. “We appreciate Hunter’s good service.”
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