When there was a call for help from a state employee trapped in Norway, a Mule Creek State Prison (MCSP) medical professional answered.
It was no ordinary day for an off-duty correctional officer on his way home from the store when he suddenly found himself helping a driver who suffered a medical situation with two young children in the car.
On a warm summer day, three CDCR employees making their way to work at Sierra Conservation Center stopped to help an injured motorist.
A Pleasant Valley State Prison supervising correctional cook was on his way home when he saw an SUV begin swerving, crash through a power pole and end up in a ditch. When he stopped to help, a badly shaken mother, carrying a small child, told him two more children were trapped in the car. So Carlos Rodriguez rolled up his sleeves and jumped into action to help pull the children from the vehicle, just as sparks began to fly from the downed power lines.
An off-duty Folsom State Prison correctional officer was enjoying a warm summer day on the river when he ended up trying to save another man’s life.