FORMERLY HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
COMMENDING THREE AMBULANCE CREW MEMBERS OF THE CAMDEN-WYOMING FIRE COMPANY FOR THEIR EXPERT ACTION AT THE SCENE OF A MARYLAND AUTO ACCIDENT.
WHEREAS, it has been brought to the attention of the 126th General Assembly of the State of Delaware that three members of the Camden-Wyoming Fire Company ambulance crew quite probably saved the lives of two accident victims the crew came upon while on a routine run from Fairfax, Virginia to Dover on April 3, 1971; and
WHEREAS, the three attendants who acted quickly and adeptly after arriving upon the scene of a two-car collision near Centerville, Maryland, have been identified as Lloyd Cooper, Lee Short, and Roland Wilkerson; and
WHEREAS, the crash victims who were assisted by ambulance crew members Cooper, Short and Wilkerson are reportedly on the mend though still listed in serious condition at Memorial Hospital in Easton, Maryland.
BE IT RESOLVED by the members of the House of Representatives of the 126th General Assembly, the Senate concurring herein, that Camden-Wyoming Fire Company ambulance crew members Lloyd Cooper, Lee Short, and Roland Wilkerson be highly commended for their deep concern and swift, decisive, action upon encountering the seriously injured automobile accident victims of the aforementioned Maryland crash.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the text of this resolution be spread upon the Journals of both the House and Senate and copies forwarded to the Messrs. Cooper, Short, and Wilkerson and to the chief of the Camden-Wyoming Fire Company.
Approved April 11, 1971.