Lafayette

Nov 12, 2013 7:30 PM

Broussard firefighters honored with lifesaving award

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.

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