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Lt. Preston reading to the students.
Lt. Steve Preston
reads to the students.

Trooper Fisher reading to the students.
Trooper Steve Fisher
reads to the students.

Recently, Trooper Steve Fisher and Lt. Steve Preston participated in Governor Crist's Hazardous Weather Awareness Week Reading Tour initiative. Local agencies and officials shared safety information with students at the Spencer Bibbs Elementary School.

Trooper Fisher posing with some students at the event.
Trooper Fisher poses with some students at the event.

Trooper Fisher reading to the students.
The students take a look at the FHP patrol car.

Lt. Preston and Trooper Fisher set up a display and shared safety information about how the Florida Highway Patrol helps during dangerous weather situations. The children were given an opportunity to see an FHP patrol vehicle up close. Trooper Fisher and Lt. Preston interacted with the children and fielded their many questions and provided them with safety promotional items.

Trooper Fisher explaining some of the devices he uses in his patrol vehicle.
Trooper Fisher explains some of
the devices he uses in his patrol vehicle.

The students taking a closer look in the vehicle.
The students take a closer look in the vehicle.

Later in the day FHP participated in the celebrity reading portion of the program. There were many local officials and media personalities that went to the classrooms and read weather safety oriented books to help the children learn about weather safety. There were approximately 450 children in attendance. The Pensacola area was experiencing heavy thunderstorms and strong winds, making it the perfect backdrop for the event.


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