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 observed a kitten being tossed our of the automotive crossing a bridge, he required rapid motion, calling a police officer towards the scene. Meek was honored through the Palm Seaside Police Division (FL) throughout an award ceremony.

“Our 911 operators really are a significant part of our police division, however very frequently they’re most likely not acknowledged because of they’re behind the curtain,” Primary Nicholas Caristo distributed to these attending. “However not at the moment.”

The kitten, named Bridget following the situation which she is discovered, has furthermore become a very happy ending. She was utilized by Primary Caristo.

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