NATICK – The Boston Athletic Association will recognize the First Responders, who saved a runner’s life during 125th Boston Marathon, tomorrow, November 10.
The ceremony is being held at 1 p.m. outside the Natick Fire Station at 22 East Central Street in Natick and will be recognizing the runners and first responders who provided immediate, life-saving care for Meghan Roth, a participant in the 125th Boston Marathon who suffered a cardiac event near mile eight.
At this event, runners and first responders will be celebrated and recognized by the B.A.A and will receive honorary medals for their exemplary service.
Those being honored are:
- Natick Fire Capt. Eric Williamson
- Natick Fire LT. Matt Mullen, NFD
- Natick firefighter & paramedic Kyle Sammon
- Natick firefighter Jeff Libby
- Natick firefighter Dan Gould
- Natick police officer Scott Wade
- Framingham EMS/Brewster• A1(P44) – Scott Marcosa & Mark Jacobs
- FS3 – Ken Reynolds
- Runner Dr. Dan Muehschlegel
- Tom Grilk, President & CEO of the B.A.A.
- Chris Troyanos, Medical Coordinator for the Boston Marathon