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posted 10/15/18

LOOK, LISTEN, LIVE! - Connecticut Operation Lifesaver

Hundreds of people are killed and thousands are seriously injured each year in the United States at highway-rail grade crossings and at other locations along railroad tracks. Unfortunately, on the average of every 90 minutes somewhere in the United States, there is an incident at a crossing or along a railroad right-of-way. Operation Lifesaver programs educate the public by providing vital information so these tragedies can be reduced and prevented.

CONNECTICUT OPERATION LIFESAVER (CTOL) is a free service that provides an active public education program. Free safety presentations which include a talk with colorful visuals and informative videos are given to any group, business or organization. Certified presenters tailor their presentations to meet your schedule and needs.

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See something, say something!

In an emergency, call 911. To report something suspicious, tell an authority, Call 1-866-HLS-TIPS (1-866-457-8477) or visit KEEPCTSAFE.COM