By: Craig McKee
WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — The tornadoes that hit Kentucky last December meant an emergency response from across the country. One of the teams who responded was the Cincinnati chapter of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance. While they were helping with rescue and recovery efforts in Dawson Springs, chapter commander Dave Jardon said he realized a need.
“We’ve seen the rural departments that are so underfunded,” Jardon said. “They don’t have a Band-Aid or an Aspirin in their car, let’s try to do something.”
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