3 CPD Officers honored for saving 8-year-old boy’s life

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CHICAGO — The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation honored three Chicago Police Officers for saving the life of an 8-year-old boy.

In June, Chicago Police Field Training Officer Sergio Corona and his two probationary officers, Officers Brendan Lyons and Ravyn Morgan, responded to an injured child call.

Officers applied a tourniquet on the child who was bleeding after being cut on a fence. The act aided in saving the child’s life.

The ceremony to honor the three officers took place Tuesday morning at the Chicago Patrolmen’s Federal Credit Union.


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