Dunn County Sheriff Clay Coker is pleased to announce that Deputy Danielle Sigloh and Deputy Mark Randall have both been awarded the North Dakota Peace Officers Association Life Saving Award.
Last fall, Deputy Sigloh responded to an oil well location where a young man was non-responsive and not breathing due to possible exposure to H2S gas.
Deputy Sigloh arrived on the scene, and with disregard for her own safety, performed CRP with the aid of one of the downed man’s co-workers. Through her efforts, as well others on the scene, the man was resuscitated. Deputy Sigloh received a CPR save award from the Killdeer Ambulance Service.
This past spring, Deputy Randall responded to an oil rig location where it was reported that a man was having seizures. The man then went into cardiac arrest. Deputy Randall assisted the Killdeer Ambulance Service with CPR by performing chest compressions.
Deputy Randall also assisted in the transport of the patient by driving the ambulance to a staging area while emergency medical personnel continued to work on the patient. The man was transported by air ambulance to a hospital. Deputy Randall received a CPR save award from the Killdeer Ambulance Service.
Sheriff Coker presented the awards to the deputies and is proud that the staff continues to excel in the mission of the Sheriff’s Department to protect and serve the citizens of Dunn County.