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Columbiana-trained K-9, handler recognized for rescue work

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A police officer and his cadaver dog trained by a nonprofit organization in Columbiana have been recognized for their rescue work in the aftermath of the April 27 tornadoes.

Morris Police Department Corporal Michael L. Morris and his K-9 partner Rambo received the Law Enforcement Excellence Award from the American Society for Industrial Security’s Birmingham chapter.

The award recognizes Morris “for outstanding demonstration of professional excellence while performing as an officer and K-9 handler.”

In the aftermath of the tornadoes, Morris and Rambo deployed to the most heavily damaged areas of Jefferson County to find those injured or killed in the storms.

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