To help raise funds that will go to purchase 40,000 combination smoke/carbon monoxide detectors that will be installed in low-income homes by the Omaha Fire Department, Total Construction Services is pleased to sponsor this year’s First Responders Action Day — a free-of-charge, family-friendly event featuring live demonstrations from the Omaha Police Department and Fire & Rescue Department.
Guests of all ages can walk among different action zones that include a skid car, bomb robot, drunk driving simulator, segway demo, horse patrol and K-9 demonstration in the police action zones; a hydrant sprinkler, barrel demo, mobile command center, firefighter gear, HAZMAT truck, firetrucks, jaws of life, fire hoses and dive team rescues in the Firefighter action zones; and for the kids, a coloring contest, games, a photo station with police officers and firefighters, a deejay, giveaways and free food in the Kid action zones.
The event takes place this Saturday, May 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Omaha Public Safety Training Center at 11616 Rainwood Road—just off Blair High Road and a mile and a half west of the I-680 Irvington Road exit. Map
As a local expert in repair ranging from hail, wind and rain to any other disaster brought upon the home, Total Construction Services is honored to support another team of disaster experts—the brave men and women who serve in Omaha’s police and fire departments.
This event is produced by The First Responders’ Critical Support Foundation.
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