Schneck Medical Center will stage a regional training exercise next week for emergency medical personnel to help first responders practice and improve their services.
The event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 9 behind the cancer center on South Pine Street in Seymour and will give emergency medical workers an opportunity to respond to three situations involving a mock car wreck.
Local police and firefighters also will be involved in the training.
By working together, first responders can learn from each other ways to improve how they handle emergency situations and processes to provide quality care in their communities, said Stephanie Furlow, director of marketing for Schneck.
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