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Brookville High School swarmed with patrol cars and emergency vehicles. It was the textbook indication of a crime scene, but on Wednesday afternoon, it was only a drill.
About two dozen first responders, spanning multiple agencies and departments, had gathered at the empty high school for the first formal multi-agency training hosted by the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office.
The training was meant to coach multiple first responder agencies to handle an active attack or shooter situations, working not only in their solo departments, but as a cohesive unit.