Ohio fire, EMS practice pet saving techniques

Responders say they have found people in emergencies worried more about their pets than their homes

By Kristin Rover
The Clermont Sun

BATAVIA, Ohio — Central Joint Fire and EMS personnel are better equipped to help with pets in emergency situations after a donation and helpful training they received in September.

Chief Kevin Riley said the entire department took time to learn more about animal saving techniques after receiving oxygen masks for pets from a local animal rescue.

“We were approached by a local animal rescue who would like to remain nameless,” Riley said. “They gave us the pet masks.”

Read full story: Central Joint Fire and EMS train pet saving techniques

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