Braxton County first responders conducted an exercise Monday morning, October 10 to be better prepared in times of emergency. But, hopeful, they will never have use these skills in a real situation. Law enforcement stormed Braxton County High School in response to a simulated active shooter incident. “In today’s world these types of unfortunate situations are happening throughout our country. As a result of this training, officers in our county and accompanying first responders are better prepared if something, heaven forbid, does actually occur,” explained Sgt. Brandon Smith Commander of the Sutton Detachment of the West Virginia State . . .
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