Lyon Sheriff’s Office honors ‘heroes’ of Fernley flood (MVN)

Nevada State Parks LogoFERNLEY, Nev.–Last week, the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office and Lyon Sheriff’s Employees Association honored the men and women who went above and beyond the call of duty to rescue and help victims of the Fernley flood, when the Truckee Carson Irrigation District’s canal breached in the early morning hours of Jan. 5.

Awards were handed out at last Wednesday’s Fernley City Hall meeting, after Mayor Todd Cutler read a proclamation thanking the first responders, law enforcement and citizens that helped rescue those trapped in the flood waters.

The Meritorious Service Award was handed out to two LCSO Deputies Travis Clarke and Matt Roman and two Nevada State Parks Rangers, Mark Fox and Rob Holley.

Read the complete story at the Mason Valley News.

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