Search & rescue training exercise set in Nemaha Co

(KMZA)--The Nemaha County, Kansas Emergency Management Office will hold a search and rescue training exercise Monday evening, December 11.

County Emergency Management Director Eddie Aldrine said the training exercise involving the Seneca Fire Department and local law enforcement will take place near the intersection of K-63 and U.S. 36 Highways.

The training exercise will involve a simulated missing person scenario.

Aldrine said residents will see several emergency vehicles in the area east of Seneca, but there will be no emergency.

He said it is highly advised that the public try to refrain from loitering in the area.

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