Community Emergency Response Training Set in La Crosse County

People living around La Crosse may not have any tsunamis to worry about. But this spring is looking like a humdinger for floods. Timely then, that La Crosse county has set up some Community Emergency Response training for early next month. The training will be held over three days and will involve, among other things, fire safety, emergency medical response, and search and rescue. Because emergency responders might not be able to get everywhere at once during a large-scale emergency, the county says, better to have people all over the county trained on how to help out in their neighborhoods should the worst happen.

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