In celebration of National Co-op Month, we talk to electric cooperative employees whose routine workdays turned into lifesaving rescue missions as they came to the aid of community members. Crew members describe rescuing a woman trapped in a flooded creek in Tennessee, pulling two men from a fiery armored truck crash in Missouri, and saving an older resident from his burning Mississippi home.
Hear these stories of co-op heroism from Mollie Ingle and Rick Courtner of Mountain Electric Cooperative in Tennessee, Kurtis Brown of Southwest Electric Co-op in Missouri, and Wade O’Briant of Yazoo Valley Electric Power Association in Mississippi.
Listen to the episode below:
Tennessee Lineworkers Rescue Motorist Trapped in Rising Floodwaters
Missouri Co-op Worker Rescues Two Men From Burning Armored Truck
Mississippi Co-op Crew Rescues Senior Citizen and Contains Blaze
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