For The Press and Standard
Fire-Rescue in combination with Animal Services, carried out a simulated big animal rescue at the Animal Services center on Poor Farm Road Wednesday early morning 08-March. The drill belonged to the Statewide Exercise with taking part companies throughout the state carrying out numerous workouts and training drills for their responders. This situation included a horse that had actually fallen under a water filled ditch. Responders handled the hurt animal and had a vet on website to help. Animal Services Officers reacted with freshly gotten rescue equipment for big animals and a synergy of Fire-Rescue workers and Animal Services workers, consisting of Director Laura Clark, rescued the big animal from the ditch. Twenty-5 responders took part in the training workout and discovered the brand-new equipment. A 55 gallon, water filled drum was utilized to mimic the hurt horse.