Nov 12, 2013 7:30 PM
Tonight, the city of Broussard presents the first Terry Guilbeau Lifesaving Award at the Broussard City Council meeting.
The award will be presented to three firefighters for a call they answered on March 7. The three found 63-year-old Hughe Agan in his truck, in cardiac arrest. The firefighters responded quickly, started CPR, revived him and got a pulse back.
Agan and his family will be present for the award presentation.
The Guilbeau award program was started in honor of the late Terry Guilbeau, a Broussard councilman. The award is presented to any city employee or volunteer firefighter who goes above and beyond the call of duty or saves someone's life.