News Maker Brian Foley with water safety advice

Summer hasn’t even begun yet but each weekend since and including Memorial Day we have already had several water mishaps.

We spoke to Warren County’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator Brian Foley about safety on the water in our latest news maker.

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Brian has advice for boating and swimming in any body of water.

He offers advice on everything from personal floatation devices to weather watching.

Brian is also concerned about the number of losses and near losses over these past weekends and offers the advice and safety refreshers to keep you and your loved ones safe.

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News Maker Brian Foley on Stop the Bleed and inclement weather

One of the biggest causes of death is bleeding.

Warren County will host a Stop the Bleed course at the Public Safety Building on January 13.

We spoke with Warren County’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator Brian Foley about Stop the Bleed and the possible inclement weather in our latest news maker.

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Brian tells us about the Stop the Bleed Course which you can register for at bfoley@warrencountyfire.com or call 540-636-3830.

He also tells us a free Stop the Bleed kit is available when completing the course thanks to a grant to the county.

Brian also tells us that the county is ready for any inclement weather should it develop.

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News Makers Todd and Brian on weather and more

Warren County’s Director of Technology Todd Jones brought guest Brian Foley in for this latest news maker.

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First Todd tells us the easiest way to get in touch with Santa Clause this season.

He also tells us of a Night to Shine a special prom like event for those with special needs.

Then Brian Warren County’s Deputy Emergency Coordinator has details on the National Weather Service’s Winter Weather Spotter’s Training. 

The Winter Weather Spotter Training session will be held December 11 at the Warren County Public Safety building.

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