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Paramedic awarded for outstanding service

Amy Chris receives her award from BCAS COO Les Fisher. - Photo by Angela Treharne
Amy Chris receives her award from BCAS COO Les Fisher.
— image credit: Photo by Angela Treharne

A Fernie paramedic has been awarded for her outstanding service to the BC Ambulance service.

Amy Chris was recognised at a lunch at Lizard Creek Lodge on January 26, where top executives from BCAS presented her with the Tony Sutherland Memorial Plaque of Pride.

The award recognises both dedication to the BC Ambulance service and commitment to community.

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