911 Operator Honored for Kitten Rescue


Palm Seaside Police Maj. Nicholas Caristo, left, and Deputy Chief Ann-Marie Taylor acknowledge dispatcher Mathew Meek, going through, for serving to to avoid wasting an deserted kitten throughout an award ceremony Thursday April 26, 2018 at City Corridor in Palm Seaside. Caristo has adopted the kitten. (Meghan McCarthy / Every day Information)

When 911 operator Mathew Meek noticed a kitten being thrown our of a automotive crossing a bridge, he took rapid motion, calling an officer to the scene. Meek was honored by the Palm Seaside Police Division (FL) throughout an award ceremony.

“Our 911 operators are a significant a part of our police division, however very often they’re probably not acknowledged as a result of they’re behind the scenes,” Main Nicholas Caristo shared with these in attendance. “However not at this time.”

The kitten, named Bridget after the situation on which she was discovered, has additionally gotten a really joyful ending.  She was adopted by Main Caristo.


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