On Patrol

Didion, Ken
August 2007
New York State Conservationist;Aug2007, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p25
The article presents stories of accidents encountered and dealt with by environmental conservation officers (ECOs) in New York. It relates the efforts of ECOs Vernon Fonda and Jason Curinga to resuscitate a woman who was struck by lightning in Suffolk County. It narrates ECO Kevin Lawson's search and rescue of Roger Maruna and his two grandsons who fell off their boat in Orleans County. ECO Peter Buswell discovered that the driver of a motorcycle which met an accident in Hamilton County was carrying a large bag of marijuana and crack cocaine.


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