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DeKalb County Commissioners Honor Local Girl and First Responders for Saving Younger Sister from Drowning
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Jala Dallis with EMT-A Tate Malone and Paramedic Ashlee Landry following the ceremony.
The Dallis family pictured with DeKalb County commissioners, AMR Paramedic Ashlee Landry and EMT-A Tate Malone.
DeKalb County, GA - Ten-year-old Jala Dallis helped save her three-year-old sister from drowning. Jala saw her sister struggling in the pool, jumped in, got her out safely and immediately began administering CPR until a local police officer arrived on the scene.
American Medical Response (AMR) paramedics arrived on the scene and transported her to the hospital while still administering life-saving CPR. Jala's sister has since made a full recovery.
On June 11th, DeKalb County Commissioners and CEO Michael Thurmond honored Jala for her heroic act. In addition, first responders including AMR EMT-A Tate Malone and Paramedic Ashlee Landry, were on hand to be recognized.
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