The Coppell Fire Department will host an open house and health and safety fair on Sunday, October 7, from 1 to 5 p.m. at Fire Station 3, 133 E. Parkway Blvd. The free event is open to the public and focuses on educating the community about injury prevention, safety awareness and emergency preparedness. Parents and their children can meet with fire fighters and law enforcement officers who work to keep their community safe. Local businesses, and health and safety related services will be on hand to share information.
Featured events include technical rescue demonstrations, health screenings, Jaws of Life demonstrations, weather awareness information, and much more. Tours will be available of an ambulance, police vehicle, and fire apparatus from surrounding cities. Local health and safety vendors will add to the event.
Personnel from EMS, Fire and Police will be on-hand to discuss career opportunities with those interested. Rick Larson, DDS, Dr. Shanley with Community Chiropractic, Dr. Quinlan with Quinlan Chiropractic will be in attendance and Giggly Kids will have a bounce house and games. Additional demonstrations and safety booths with useful information will cap off the day. For more information call (972) 304-3512.
Press release courtesy of the City of Coppell.