Meet the Heroes: Hannah Howard

June 10, 2015

Mount Pleasant Police Department Officer Hannah Howard has been selected for this edition of Meet the Heroes. On May 5, 2015 Howard responded to a Mt. Pleasant home where a man was unresponsive and had stopped breathing. When Officer Howard got there, the man had no pulse and was unresponsive. Howard administered CPR to the man until EMS arrived to provide additional care. Due to Howard's quick actions, the man regained consciousness, was taken to a hospital, and survived. Officer Howard was recognized in June as the Employee of the Month in Mt. Pleasant for her life-saving actions. Great job, Officer Howard! To read the full story, click the following link: http://www.counton2.com/story/29294641/mt-pleasant-police-officer-awarded-town-employee-of-the-month





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