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Dillon Girl Scouts Learn From First Responders

Thank you to Kodi Laird for sending us this.

A group of Dillon Girl Scouts got an up close and personal experience with local first responders. Beaverhead Search & Rescue member Smittie talked to the girls about how to easily prepare for a hiking trip, how S&R is called and what they do when the search for a missing person. The girls then got to see a demonstration of the drone that they use and how it aids in searches. Fire Chief Klose talked to the girls about the importance of a “meeting place” for their families in emergencies and why you should always sleep with your doors closed. We also know know how many Girl Scouts can fit in the command truck…. Two troops! A crew from Beaverhead Ambulance talked to the girls about checking their surroundings before helping someone, as well as how to take off gloves properly and how a sling is put on. As well as how to effectively communicate accurate information when calling 911.

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