August 04, 2021
By Juliet Kaszas-Hoch
On July 9, various customers of the Long Beach Township Seaside Patrol responded to an unresponsive female – not respiratory, no pulse – in a chair on the 117th Street beach in the township’s Haven Beach area. Many thanks to the lifeguards’ “swift and heroic lifesaving initiatives,” the lady is now recovering at Jersey Shore Medical Centre, as Mayor Joseph Mancini announced at past Monday’s board of commissioners assembly.
Mancini browse a proclamation at the conference to acknowledge the subsequent users of the patrol: Main Patrick Craig, Assistant Chief Juliana Perello, Capt. Taylor Teliszewski, Lt. Jesse Amirr, Lt. Andrew Blewjas, Lt. Jonathan George, Katie Friedel, Tricia Arcidiocono, Jack Moran, Joe Abate, Patrick Kelly and Ramo Kline.
As the proclamation states, “Every day, residents and people alike benefit from the devotion and determination of the workers of Very long Seaside Township.” And on this day in early July, the lifeguards in the vicinity of the unresponsive girl “acted speedily and with out hesitation to perform CPR, rescue breaths and suction, and administered shocks utilizing an AED (automatic external defibrillator) in advance of continuing CPR in the again of a Cell 4, and transported the victim off the seaside to meet the ambulance.”
The mayor, on behalf of Commissioners Ralph Bayard and Joseph Lattanzi, lauded the lifeguards for “their extraordinary assistance and dedication to the public security of our inhabitants of and guests to Prolonged Beach front Township, and wish to realize them for (their) lifesaving endeavours. … Career effectively finished.” —J.K.-H.