Posted on February 3, 2018
South Hadley, MA Fire District No. 1 recently purchased six ballistic vests, to be kept in three of the department’s ambulances in case of an emergency or active shooter scenario.
“We’re just being proactive,” Fire District No. 1 Chief Robert Authier said. “God forbid we have the type of event where we would use them.”
After attending a two-day Department of Homeland Security training last June, the department began researching bulletproof vests for sale. The training focused on … read the full article at: