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Memphis Fire intern nominated for service award
Memphis Fire intern nominated for service award
Posted on 07/06/2018
While driving home from work on June 26, Memphis Fire Department intern KayLee Mosley saw a car hit a wall on Tennessee 385 near Kirby Parkway. She pulled over to help with another bystander, saw that the man in the Memphis Fire Intern KayLee Mosleycar was not breathing and assisted with CPR. The victim regained consciousness and was transported to the hospital. 

“We are extremely proud of KayLee’s heroic act and quick response,” Fire Director Gina Sweat said. “When seconds counted, KayLee relied on the skills and training that she recently gained through the MFD’s intern program and we are so proud to say that her efforts were successful. We applaud Kaylee for her selfless act and we are confident that she will be a great asset to the emergency medical services.”  
Mosley is a graduate of Briarcrest Christian School and an ambassador with the Memphis Ambassadors Program (MAP). She’ll be attending Loyola University in Chicago for nursing. 

Because of her bravery, Lt. Major McNeil nominated her for MFD’s Civilian Service Award. 

Thank you, KayLee, for your courageous actions!
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