|NFTA Police officer Robert Bove and Lt. James Halliday|
The woman’s eyes fluttered and she took several shallow breaths. Halliday delivered two more doses of naloxone until, finally, the woman regained consciousness. Rural Metro arrived and took the woman to the Erie County Medical Center.
Transit Police began carrying naloxone, also known by its trade name Narcan, in May. This was actually the second time Halliday has used it.
With training and quick thinking, Halliday and Bove saved a woman’s life. Here at the Transporter, we are proud to be on the same team.