Keyhole hosts ice rescue training


March 21, 2019

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On March 13, the Crook County Sheriff's Office took part in an Ice Rescue training at Keyhole State Park. Sheriff's Office Deputies were joined by members of the Wyoming Game and Fish and Keyhole State Park.

The training is an eight-hour class instructed by Wyoming Game and Fish Warden John Davis and Crook County Sheriff's Office Undersheriff Todd Leimser. During this training, participants were presented with different scenarios that all required them to put on and use the rescue suits.

Each participant was required to perform an in-water rescue of a victim. During the training, th...

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