A big thank you


Dayton Fire Department medic Phil Grant, far right, of of New Bremen, talks with Rachelle Cooper, center, and her mother Lori Cooper, both of Sidney, after Cooper presented Grant with a carved wooden cross as a thank you for helping to save her life. Grant was the first paramedic to show up after Cooper was injured while checking on a friend who had just hydroplaned into a railing when another car crashed into her friends car slamming its door on her legs. The presentation took place at the Sidney VFW Saturday, Aug. 18, during a fundraiser to help Cooper with medical expenses.

Dayton Fire Department medic Phil Grant, far right, of of New Bremen, talks with Rachelle Cooper, center, and her mother Lori Cooper, both of Sidney, after Cooper presented Grant with a carved wooden cross as a thank you for helping to save her life. Grant was the first paramedic to show up after Cooper was injured while checking on a friend who had just hydroplaned into a railing when another car crashed into her friends car slamming its door on her legs. The presentation took place at the Sidney VFW Saturday, Aug. 18, during a fundraiser to help Cooper with medical expenses.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Dayton Fire Department medic Phil Grant, far right, of of New Bremen, talks with Rachelle Cooper, center, and her mother Lori Cooper, both of Sidney, after Cooper presented Grant with a carved wooden cross as a thank you for helping to save her life. Grant was the first paramedic to show up after Cooper was injured while checking on a friend who had just hydroplaned into a railing when another car crashed into her friends car slamming its door on her legs. The presentation took place at the Sidney VFW Saturday, Aug. 18, during a fundraiser to help Cooper with medical expenses.

Dayton Fire Department medic Phil Grant, far right, of of New Bremen, talks with Rachelle Cooper, center, and her mother Lori Cooper, both of Sidney, after Cooper presented Grant with a carved wooden cross as a thank you for helping to save her life. Grant was the first paramedic to show up after Cooper was injured while checking on a friend who had just hydroplaned into a railing when another car crashed into her friends car slamming its door on her legs. The presentation took place at the Sidney VFW Saturday, Aug. 18, during a fundraiser to help Cooper with medical expenses.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/08/web1_SDN082018Fundraiser.jpgDayton Fire Department medic Phil Grant, far right, of of New Bremen, talks with Rachelle Cooper, center, and her mother Lori Cooper, both of Sidney, after Cooper presented Grant with a carved wooden cross as a thank you for helping to save her life. Grant was the first paramedic to show up after Cooper was injured while checking on a friend who had just hydroplaned into a railing when another car crashed into her friends car slamming its door on her legs. The presentation took place at the Sidney VFW Saturday, Aug. 18, during a fundraiser to help Cooper with medical expenses. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News