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Dec 20, 2015 11:34 AM

6 Nashua police officers honored for actions that helped save lives in 2015


NASHUA - One helped stop a man from bleeding to death, another performed CPR on a driver trapped inside a car -- a total of six Nashua police officers were recognized for their lifesaving efforts in 2015.

According to The Telegraph of Nashua, the officers will receive framed letters from the chief and get a bar added to their police uniforms indicating they have saved a life.

Those honored in 2015 include Officers Dave Elliott, Michael Kekejian, Brian Wornham, Alex Gangi, Frank Lombardi and Kevin Delaney.

Elliott was recognized for providing first aid to an intoxicated man who'd cut himself in what turned out to be a cut to his artery.

Kekejian and Wornham were commended for helping a suicidal woman who also had cut herself. The pair applied compression trauma bandages, which helped prevent further blood loss to the victim who subsequently made a full recovery.

Gangi responded to a car accident where the operator was not breathing and had no pulse. Unable to get him out of the vehicle, Gangi performed CPR from within the automobile. The victim regained a pulse before being taken to the hospital.

Lombardi and Delaney, were recognized for conducting CPR on an unconscious man found in a parking lot. As a result of their actions, the victim began to breathe on his own and subsequently made a full recovery.


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