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Upstate deputy honored for life-saving efforts during Pendleton High football game

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Deputy Elgin with Anderson County Council Members. (Source: ACSO) Deputy Elgin with Anderson County Council Members. (Source: ACSO)
Deputy Elgin (r) with Sheriff McBride (l). (Source: ACSO) Deputy Elgin (r) with Sheriff McBride (l). (Source: ACSO)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

An Upstate deputy was honored Tuesday night for coming to the aid of a football coach when he had a heart attack on the sideline of a game in September.

Anderson County Deputy David Elgin was honored for his outstanding dedication, compassion and commitment to public service by the Andiron County Council.

Deputy Elgin was presented with a resolution in his life-saving efforts on the night of the Bulldog's win against Powdersville.

Thank you for your service, Deputy Elgin!

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