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Ag Safety Day teaches 4th graders county-wide about farm safety issues

 

April 26, 2019

Kathleen Lourde

Christy Yokley of Oklahoma Highway Safety brought a car rollover simulator to the Ag Safety Day at the Woods County Fairgrounds to demonstrate to the more than 150 county fourth graders attending the importance of wearing a seatbelt. Here, a dummy is seatbelted into the simulator, and as it rolls, the dummy's hands fly out the open window but the dummy itself remains safely belted to its car seat.

Kathleen Lourde

Top: Brooke Meyer and Tammy Mustard teach area fourth graders how to perform CPR. Bottom: Adam Tucker of Western Equipment teaches a group of Alva fourth graders about how to be safe around large farm machinery. The workshop was one of several held Wednesday at the Woods County Fairgrounds. Other workshops focused on first aid; CPR; home and weather safety; being safe around water, electricity, or guns. Fourth graders from all around Woods County attended the Ag Safety Day.

 

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