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Red Light Ball Well Attended

There were red roses a plaque and smiles all around at the Nevada County Law Enforcement and Fire Protection Council’s Red Light Ball Saturday night as Fed Ex Driver Scott Teuscher  was honored for saving the life of Amy Stapleton-Horn when he came across her vehicle on Highway 20 last July,  and pulled her free from what was about to become a burning inferno.
teusher click to hear Amy Stapleton-Horn
Scott Teuscher was driving his Fed Ex truck approaching the accident scene when he says instinct took over.

click to hear Scott Teuscher
For his bravery Teuscher was presented the Public Safety Commitment Award by Sheriff Keith Royal and Grass Valley Fire Chief Tony Clarabut, and Teucher presented Amy with a bouquet of red roses.
Amy Stapleton Horn had kind words for her rescuer.
click to hear Amy Stapleton-Horn

Following the ceremony and dinner among a crowd of some 500 people attending there was music and dancing to Rocky and the Revellettes. The Red Light Ball is a major fundraiser for the Nevada county law Enforcement and fire Protection council which over it’s 14 years has raised some $675,000  to purchase equipment for local police and fire agencies.  Their next big event is the Guns and Hoses Golf Tournament June 29th at Alta Sierra Country Club.

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