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DEC officer who saved her partner's life no stranger to 'heroic' feats

14 December 2016

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Lt. Liza Bobseine, right, and DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos who issued a statement last week lauding Bonseine for her "quick and heroic actions" that he said saved the life of her shot partner. (DEC)

The state environmental conservation officer credited with saving the life of her partner who got shot while the two were investigating a complaint of illegal deer hunting last week in Columbia County has been lauded before for outstanding actions on the job.

In 2011, Lt. Liza Bobseine was named "Officer of the Year" by the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association for her role in hunting education and ensuring safe firearms use. A week after receiving the award, Bobseine was credited with saving the life of a 66-year-old woman who was sitting in her car in a parking lot and had stopped breathing, according to the East Hampton Patch newspaper.

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