Safe-T-Town


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Firefighter Aaron Simmons from the Troy Fire Department helps children, including Ellie Burkhardt, 5, use the fire hose Thursday during Safe-T-Town. The Troy Police Department has been conducting Safe-T-Town with 4- and 5-year-old children the last several weeks at the Troy Junior High School. Participants pedaled their way through the streets of Safe-T-Town to help them become more familiar with crosswalk safety along with pedestrian and motorist safety during the week. According to Troy Police Officer Nick Freisthler, seat belt safety, gun safety, school bus safety, electrical and train safety is also taught during the week-long camp.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Firefighter Aaron Simmons from the Troy Fire Department helps children, including Ellie Burkhardt, 5, use the fire hose Thursday during Safe-T-Town. The Troy Police Department has been conducting Safe-T-Town with 4- and 5-year-old children the last several weeks at the Troy Junior High School. Participants pedaled their way through the streets of Safe-T-Town to help them become more familiar with crosswalk safety along with pedestrian and motorist safety during the week. According to Troy Police Officer Nick Freisthler, seat belt safety, gun safety, school bus safety, electrical and train safety is also taught during the week-long camp.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Firefighter Aaron Simmons from the Troy Fire Department helps children, including Ellie Burkhardt, 5, use the fire hose Thursday during Safe-T-Town. The Troy Police Department has been conducting Safe-T-Town with 4- and 5-year-old children the last several weeks at the Troy Junior High School. Participants pedaled their way through the streets of Safe-T-Town to help them become more familiar with crosswalk safety along with pedestrian and motorist safety during the week. According to Troy Police Officer Nick Freisthler, seat belt safety, gun safety, school bus safety, electrical and train safety is also taught during the week-long camp.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_160616aw_Safe_T_Town_0186.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Firefighter Aaron Simmons from the Troy Fire Department helps children, including Ellie Burkhardt, 5, use the fire hose Thursday during Safe-T-Town. The Troy Police Department has been conducting Safe-T-Town with 4- and 5-year-old children the last several weeks at the Troy Junior High School. Participants pedaled their way through the streets of Safe-T-Town to help them become more familiar with crosswalk safety along with pedestrian and motorist safety during the week. According to Troy Police Officer Nick Freisthler, seat belt safety, gun safety, school bus safety, electrical and train safety is also taught during the week-long camp.

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