Dispatchers Rally To Help Co-Worker Who Lost Everything
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Emergency dispatchers help people at some of the scariest times of their lives, now one local dispatcher needs help through a tough time of her own.
Metro Dispatcher Michelle Passmore lost her home in a fire over the weekend. She, her husband and their two daughters were able to escape the flames with only the clothes they had on their backs. Other local dispatchers are working together to gather items to help the family.
"That's our job, we're here to help. And we're here to help one of our own -- this is one of our own. Even though it didn't happen here in Metro Davidson County, it happened in Watertown Tennessee, but she's one of our own and we're helping one of our own," said Teresa Brown, a Metro Dispatch Supervisor.
The family needs clothing for their daughters, ages 10 and 12. They would wear clothing in small and medium in women's shirts, pants size 3 and size 7 and both wear a size 9 shoe. Michelle's husband wears 2X shirts, pants in a 38-40W-34L and size 12 shoes. Michelle herself needs clothing in a size 2X shirts, pant size 22 and a 9 in shoes.
Anyone seeking more information about helping the family was asked to call 862-8600.