Holly Morgan, right, received the award for sustained performance and Christine Coxa, left, received an award for exemplary handling of a critical incident at King County Emergency Medical Services award ceremony March 9. Courtesy photo

Holly Morgan, right, received the award for sustained performance and Christine Coxa, left, received an award for exemplary handling of a critical incident at King County Emergency Medical Services award ceremony March 9. Courtesy photo

Local public safety telecommunicators honored during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week

Holly Morgan received the award for sustained performance and Christine Coxa received an award for exemplary handling of a critical incident

  • Thursday, April 12, 2018 2:44pm
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Local public safety telecommunicators were honored at theannual King County Emergency Medical Services award ceremony held by Valley Communications Center April 9.

The award ceremony was held during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, a week that honors those who serve as public safety telecommunicators. 911 communication centers across the country have celebrated the week with special events and festivities.

Holly Morgan received the award for sustained performance and Christine Coxa received an award for exemplary handling of a critical incident at award ceremony.

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