Brevard County Fire Rescue Recognizes First Responders for Saving 62-Year-Old Man’s Life

‘This call was a great example of the virtuous use of resources and multi-agency cooperation’

Brevard County Fire Rescue’s Chief Mark Schollmeyer and Chief Orlando Dominguez recognized individuals for a code save they had on April 6. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue’s Chief Mark Schollmeyer and Chief Orlando Dominguez recognized individuals for a code save they had on April 6.

“Along with our very own Emergency Vehicle Dispatcher Carrie Dehler, there were individuals from Cape Canaveral Fire Rescue Engine 53 and Brevard County Sheriff’s Office presented with appreciation letters and coins,” said Chief Schollmeyer.

Brevard County Fire Rescue Lieutenant Fire Medic Christopher Stevenson and Fire Medic Todd Conner were also on the call.

“These individuals responded to a Code 99 for a 62-year-old male patient who became unresponsive shortly after complaining to his wife of chest pain and discomfort,” said Chief Schollmeyer.

“Due to their proper actions, thoroughness, and High-Quality CPR, the patient was able to regain pulses prior to transport.

“This call was a great example of the virtuous use of resources and multi-agency cooperation. All personnel from all three agencies, worked together, divided, and mitigated the high priority medical emergency.”

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Brevard County Fire Rescue’s Chief Mark Schollmeyer and Chief Orlando Dominguez recognized individuals for a code save they had on April 6. (BCFR image)

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