Expo Showcases Emergency Responders
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Dalton Stone enjoys the view from the driver’s seat of the West End Volunteer Fire Truck during the Cannon County 911 Emergency Response Expo at Dillon Park Saturday (June 4).
Vehicles from all areas of Cannon County’s 911 Emergency Response were on display during the Cannon County 911 Emergency Response Expo at Dillon Park Saturday (June 4). Interested persons were able to view and tour many of the vehicles and were treated to a special landing of the Vanderbilt LifeFlight, which is the critical care air medical transport service of Vanderbilt Medical Center.
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June 05, 2011 at 7:42pm
I did notd have the opportunity to attend the events due to having to work, but I am so very thankful for all the men and women who put their lives on the line to help people in a time of need. Especially all the volunteer people because not only are they not getting paid to do what they do, but there's not many people who would get up in the middle of the night in the dead of winter to go put out a house fire or tend to a wreck. I want them all to know that I am VERY thankful for them!!

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