Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Enloe to receive Heroism Award

Photo of Trooper Cody Enloe provided by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

OHP Release

OKLAHOMA CITY – OHP Trooper Cody Enloe will be recognized with two awards this week for his bravery in rescuing three children from a submerged vehicle earlier this year.

On February 14, Trooper Enloe was called to a single-vehicle rollover in McCurtain County. A woman had rolled her truck and it was submerged in standing water with three children trapped inside.

Trooper Enloe took control of the scene, hooking up the “Jaws of Life” to the vehicle and getting all three children out.

The Oklahoma State Firefighters Association will be presenting Trooper Enloe with a Heroism Award. The senior chaplain at the Oklahoma City Police Department will also be presenting him with a cross and a letter of appreciation.

The ceremony will take place on Wednesday, Apr. 17, at 10 a.m. in the lobby of the Robert R. Lester Training Center, 3600 N. Martin Luther King Ave. in Oklahoma City.


  1. Karen Matlock says:

    Well deserved! Proud to have this patrolman in our county.

  2. Marty Briggs says:

    What a awesome young man, feels better knowing he’s on the job. # Gotta be proud!!


    Without Trooper Enloe, the Haworth Fire department, and the people that saw the wreck, my daughter in law and grand children wouldn’t be here today. I am forever thankful to Cody Enloe for everything that they did to save them. Thank you again Cody.

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