Bri-Bet Officers Save Victim From Drowning at 2018 Annapolis Boat Show
Baltimore, MD, (October 6, 2018) – Bri-Bet Security Solutions, a full service provider of security and risk mitigation services, is pleased to announce its security officers prevented a woman from drowning while attending the U.S. Sailboat Show.
On Friday, October 5, 2018, a woman accidentally fell off one of the piers and into the bay. At the time the woman fell in, two Bri-Bet Security Officers (Michael Campbell and Joseph Dattilo), were nearby and observed the women as she fell. Both officers rushed to area of the pier where the woman fell in and immediately began lifesaving procedures. The woman was retrieved from the water and received minimal injuries. The woman appeared to be intoxicated and refused medical attention. She was taken home by individuals she was attending the boat show with.
“I am very happy to hear the woman involved, was safe and uninjured, said Brian Kunkel, CEO for Bri-Bet. But, I am not surprised by the actions taken by Officers Campbell and Dattilo. Those are both professionals and clearly showed why they are employed by Bri-Bet. I am very proud of those two officers as they absolutely saved that woman’s life last night,” said Kunkel.
Annapolis Boat Shows is an event management company that produces four in-water boat shows each year in Annapolis for seasoned sail and power boaters and those soon-to-be new boat owners. These signature events represent the largest in-water boast shows with attendance exceeding 100,000 visitors annually.
“We look forward to continuing our relationship with Annapolis Boat Shows and will continue to strive to make this year’s shows fun, fantastic and a safe experience for all,” said Kunkel.
For your business and special event security needs, Bri-Bet can be found at 11605 Crossroads Circle, Suite C, Middle River, MD 21220. More information can be found on line at www.bri-bet.com.
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