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Rescue Boat Named in Honor of Fallen California EMT

Meadows, a Sheriff’s Department search-and-rescue team member who died in an all-terrain vehicle incident


 
 

BOB CUDY, SanLuisObispo.com | | Friday, August 12, 2011


Christopher Meadows, a Sheriff’s Department search-and-rescue team member who died in an all-terrain vehicle incident at the Oceano Dunes two years ago while responding to a call, will have a patrol/rescue boat named after him.

The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to honor Meadows with a resolution Tuesday.

“There is a long-standing tradition in the law enforcement marine community of naming vessels after dedicated employees who have made the ultimate sacrifice,” Sheriff Ian Parkinson wrote in a report to supervisors.

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