Emily’s mother Valerie Bird agreed and told panNU she has no idea what may have happened to her daughter.
“I have hardly slept … have crazy thoughts, get more and more worried,” she said.
Valerie said her daughter has five children, ranging in age from six to 17 years old.
In 2018, Emily and her husband moved from Prince Albert to Medicine Hat. That same year, both received medals for bravery from Saskatchewan Lt. Governor.
In July 2017, Derrick Boyer and Emily Bird came to the rescue of a man who was stabbed and left for dead in a burning home.
They were out for a walk in Prince Albert when they heard a tumult coming from a house before they saw a man running away from the house. The couple decided to take a closer look and found a 20-year-old man lying on the floor in the living room covered in blood.
He was lying next to two sofas that were burning violently and the flames were moving fast to the wood panels of the home. The victim was unconscious, so Boyer and Bird dragged him from the house and called 911 as the fire quickly engulfed the house.
The victim was taken to the hospital, where he eventually recovered from his wounds.
Anyone with information about Bird’s current whereabouts should call Medicinhattepolitiet at 403-529-8481.
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