CROSBY – Turner Chevrolet hosted Precinct 3 Constable Deputies, Harris County Emergency Service District #5 (the ambulance service for Crosby) and Crosby Volunteer Fire Dept., along with free food, and Zac Brown provided live music, in a special salute to First Responders last Saturday.
Precinct 3 brought in Deputy Mike Parson to chat with the kids and tell adults all they need to know about keeping up with kids and the elderly programs they offer.
Hernando Andrada, Teresa Aldi and other ambulance crews were on hand to demonstrate life saving equipment that was used at the dealership when the Parts Manager had an incident at the store earlier this month. That incident brought to mind the relatively uncelebrated groups of professionals that keep our society safer and more carefree in our daily existence.
Crosby Volunteer Fire Department turned out in force and demonstrated the jaws of life by cutting open a car in front of the service department.
It was an entertaining and educational party for all that attended.