Dodge County Emergency Response Team Acquires New Vehicle
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team recently bought a 2006 Ford F250 truck for traffic incident management response. It replaces the 1984 Ford the team was using. Donated funds were used to purchase the newer truck. The Dodge County Emergency Response Team is a volunteer organization that provides traffic control services for community and emergence events. The truck carries cones, barricades, and warning signs. The team has existed since 1982.
Pictured with the truck are Sheriff Pat Ninmann and DCERT members who helped set the truck up, Carl Guse, Brad Modaff, Jim McCamish, Devin Sellnow, and Jim Billington.
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