TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Local first responders are taking the time to learn how to best keep you safe.
Indiana University Health and Bane Welker partnered to help teach some important skills on Friday.
Experts talked about safety around farming equipment and farm emergencies.
The program was part of IU Health's 'Lifeline Helps' program.
- Local first responders learn about farming emergencies
- Local college students learn how to respond to an earthquake
- Hobson Family Farms recognizes first responders
- Crews respond to fire at Terre Haute Prairie Farms building
- Barr-Reeve invites first responders to learn and educate students
- Business is growing for local tree farm
- Local gun shops respond to corporate boycotts
- Local Union responds to Bemis sale
- August Farming Update
- Local doctors learning how to treat "Silver Tsunami"