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November 24, 2010

Four Zionsville officers receive awards

Three Zionsville officers were presented with awards during the Boone County Chamber of Commerce annual Civic Awards Banquet Monday, Nov. 8.

Ralph Davidson from the Zionsville Fire Department received the Firefighter of the Year Award.

Davidson has been with the fire department for more than 50 years and still responds to the station on more than 80 percent of the calls that come into Station 91. His main job now is to man the radio to help out with tasks around the station.

Zionsville police officers Capt. Doug Gauthier and officers Adam Harper and Joe Robinson received the Boone County Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award from The Lebanon Reporter for their action taken on Jan. 11 when they were able to pull an elderly lady from her burning home in the Cobblestone Lakes housing division. The victim along with officers Harper and Robinson were taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. All three of them made a full recovery.

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