Cranberry Community News

Posted on: April 27, 2017

Two police officers honored for saving lives

On March 28, courage combined with good neighborhood knowledge alerted Cranberry police Corporal Christopher Zevola and Patrol Officer Victor Korol to the possibility that there were people still inside a burning home on Sherwood Drive. Upon hearing telltale sounds from inside the house after responding to a mail carrier’s 911 call, the two officers entered the building, wearing only their service uniforms, and alerted the sleeping men to the danger. Both men escaped unharmed. Recognizing the two officers’ heroism, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors, at their April 27 meeting, presented them with Police Department’s Lifesaving Award for extraordinary performance of their duty.

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