Students at Peabody-Burns Elementary School learn from safety experts


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The Emergency Services of Peabody held its annual Safe Kids Camp for the students of Peabody-Burns Elementary on April 22. Students from the preschool were invited to participate in the day’s activities. Students attended several sessions in such topics stranger danger, fire safety, weather safety and “Operation Lifesaver.” “Crash dummies” wandered around and visited with the students. The “Smokehouse,” a small building filled with smoke, taught the students how to crawl through a smoke-filled house. Toward the end of the day, the Lifeteam helicopter landed on the playground and its crew gave the students a tour of it. “A special thanks to these men and women for volunteering to help keep our students safe,” said Principal Ken Parry.


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