|Posted:||January 4, 2021 12:13 PM|
|From:||Representative Frank Burns|
|To:||All House members|
|Subject:||Janice Keen-Livingston First Responders’ Memorial Bridge|
|Janice Keen-Livingston was a native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania who served as a paramedic, supervisor, and training officer for the West End Ambulance Service. She also served as a part-time paramedic for the Hilltop Ambulance Association, Menoher Heights Volunteer Fire Company, Conemaugh Township EMS, and as a CPR instructor and member of the Lower Yoder Volunteer Fire Company.
On March 2, 2015, at the age of 38, Janice Keen-Livingston was struck and killed by a truck while she was responding at the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Route 271 in Upper Yoder Township.
In commemoration of Janice Keen-Livingston’s public service and memory, I will be introducing legislation to designate a bridge along US Route 219 in Croyle Township, Cambria County, as the Janice Keen-Livingston First Responders’ Memorial Bridge.
Please join me in this effort to honor this extraordinary individual and to recognize her public service and sacrifice.
Introduced as HB153