Indiana students get hands-on emergency training

A small number of students across Indiana are undergoing standard firefighter and EMS training to expose them to careers in the emergency services. Because many professional firefighters and emergency medical technicians must be at least 21, the high school students are encouraged to pursue college degrees after graduation.

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