“Hats off to all police, hearth, and first responders in Lake County who did a improbable job.”
LAKE COUNTY, Ohio — Lake County Sheriff Frank Leonbruno is sending out many thanks following Tuesday’s winter storm.
Sheriff Leonbruno took to Fb to thank the various departments concerned in dealing with the storm, together with telecommunicators, deputy sheriffs, plow drivers and utility staff.
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“I wished to take a second to commend out Communications Middle telecommunicators for his or her work throughout yesterday’s winter storm,” the Fb put up reads. “Our Lake County Sheriff’s Workplace dispatch heart dealt with over 900 requires service. They included 47 visitors accidents, 62 wires down, 24 fallen timber into roadways, and 96 disabled autos in lanes of journey. They did an distinctive job getting first responders to these places of individuals in want with out lacking a beat.”
In keeping with Sheriff Leonbruno, Deputy Sheriffs responded to 19 visitors accidents, 50 disabled autos, downed timber and wires, in addition to different legal incidents all through the day.
“Hats off to all police, hearth, and first responders in Lake County who did a improbable job. This contains all of our plow drivers, whether or not governmental or personal, they moved a variety of very heavy and deep snow that saved all of us transferring. If not for there efforts we couldn’t have responded so rapidly to emergency conditions.”
Sheriff Leonbruno’s full Fb put up might be learn under:
Editor’s Be aware: The under story aired on December 1, 2020