A Valley State Prison correctional sergeant was on his way home after a day of training when he came across the scene of an apparent hit-and-run accident.
Folsom State Prison Correctional Officer Nicholas Young went above the call when he donated bone marrow to help save a young girl’s life.
What began as a normal drive home after picking up his son from daycare turned into a rescue operation for Sierra Conservation Center Correctional Counselor II Daniel Kirk.
While returning from a vacation to New York for her birthday, Ironwood State Prison Registered Nurse Gloria Cano ended up performing CPR on a man who collapsed at the airport.
What should have been a normal commute home for San Quentin Correctional Officer Joel Herrera rapidly turned into a life-and-death situation for a young boy.
A Chuckawalla Valley State Prison employee recently helped save a pregnant woman and a baby from a two-car accident.
An off-duty correctional officer’s fishing trip at Folsom Lake ended up turning into a rescue operation when he came across a man stranded on a small island in Folsom Lake.
While families peacefully slumbered in their warm beds, a Correctional Sergeant went door-to-door to evacuate them during a potentially dangerous neighborhood gas leak.
While enjoying a day at an Elk Grove golf course, Sgt. Anthony Marquez put his training to use to help save a man’s life.
Dec. 10 was a normal day for Avenal State Prison Correctional Lt. John Mendiboure. He and his wife were returning home from the Bay area when they came across a vehicle wedged underneath the back of a semi-truck, smoking curling up from under the hood. There were no emergency crews on scene and the accident, on the right side of the freeway, appeared to have just happened. The Mendiboures went into action to try to save a young man trapped inside.