South Zanesville Fire Department gets new training equipment with grant






SOUTH ZANESVILLE, Oh — The South Zanesville Fire Department was able to purchase valuable new training equipment thanks to a six thousand dollar grant from the Zavi Shrine Club.

Monthly training provided within the department includes providing CPR mannequins for children, as well as artificial extremities with simulated injuries such as electrical burns, frostbite and broken bones, allowing them to prepare specifically for emergencies involving infants. and children, calls to which they rarely respond.

The grant came through the Zavi Shrine Club program which gives money to local fire departments across the state to buy any equipment they might need.

Chief Taylor says he is happy to have the resources to be able to train and ensure his firefighters are ready and able to deal with even the smallest members of the community, although he hopes they will will never have to put those special skills to work.




Maggie Warren

Maggie was born and raised in Speedway, Indiana where she developed her love and passion for the weather, IndyCar and F1, hockey and baseball, especially the Detroit Red Wings and Cincinnati Reds . When she’s not at work, she enjoys watching her favorite TV shows, writing, hiking, and just about any outdoor activity! Maggie graduated from Ball State University, where she majored in meteorology/climatology, in the fall of 2020. At Ball State, she was a member of Team Storm Chase and the Cardinal Weather Service. She is also a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society. She loves exploring new places, so if you have any recommendations for places she should visit, let her know! And if you see her in town, don’t be shy, say hello!

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