Community Partners in Saving Lives
Dedicated emergency responders serve on the front lines in our communities every day. Read their stories, and the stories of the people whose lives they have saved.

Michael Peck - Rexburg, ID

Tim and Logan Dopp Rescue

Catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia. Wow, that's a mouthful. It's also the diagnosis that changed Michael Peck's life, when he learned that two years of "seizures" were actually life-threatening electrical problems with his heart.
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Megan Myers - Buhl, ID

Tim and Logan Dopp Rescue

When you raise beef cattle, you have to put up with a lot of bull. Literally. Megan Myers and her husband Eric had to separate five big ones who had been fighting in their corral.
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Tim and Logan Dopp - Meridian, ID

Tim and Logan Dopp Rescue Father and son rescued after 26 hours in snow and cold on Sawtooth mountain peak.

Tim Dopp and his son Logan have been hiking together in the Sawtooths since Logan was five. But when they set out to hike to Thompson Peak in the fall of 2005, it was the first time they had climbed so late in the season.
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Baylee Sterner - Twin Falls, ID

Baylee Sterner Air St. Luke's flew Baylee to St. Luke's Children's Hospital in Boise when she was only hours old.

Baylee Sterner has had to fight from the very beginning. Her mom, Sarah, was only nine weeks into her pregnancy when doctors knew something was wrong. A series of ultrasounds over the next few months showed damage.
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Hannah Sessions - Riverton, UT

Hannah Sessions A young girl survives near-drowning, thanks to quick response from bystanders and the expertise of medical professionals.

Hannah Sessions survived a near-drowning accident while rafting on the south fork of the Boise River in July 2006, just days before her eighth birthday.
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Ketchum Fire Department - Ketchum, ID

Ketchum Fire Department From avalanche rescues to major fires to errant bears, the Ketchum Fire Department does it all.

The Ketchum Fire Department was established in 1883 and today boasts 45 members - 11 paid employees and 34 volunteers. They are firefighters, paramedics, advanced EMTs, and basic EMTs. “We do everything,” says Mike Elle, chief of Fire and Emergency Medical Services.
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