Speech to Text for Local Foster Care Seeks Evacuation Aid
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as soon as connie saw the smoke out her office window she started making calls. one of those calls was to sheppard adult foster care. lilian says: she told me she spotted some smoke and if i needed some help evacuating my residence lilian says she told connie that they were fine and didn't need any help ... then the fire inched closer. lilian says: i called her back and she responded and i told her that i needed help with transportation by the time the foster home had all five residents out on the driveway a transportation vehilce was there -- fully equipped to carry five wheelchairs. lilian says: they actually stayed because we were told by the police officers to standby so we were there and the van was there in the police officer kept checking on the situation about the fire and also was telling us what we were supposed to do police officers helped keep the residents hydrated while they waited to see what the fire would do ..... and finally they were in the clear. lilian says: after everything was cleared and declared safe she came to our door and she told us that everything is safe and that i am ordered to go back to the base and we thanked her and she you know left -- butted -- i'm really thankful to the people the police that man the fireman you know and everybody that helped us alicia says: if you would like to enroll as a resident or maybe you are a chlid care or adult care facility we have that link on our website, kdrv.com. in central point, alicia rubin, newswatch 12. several law enforcement agencies in jackson county just finished a three month operation on sex offenders in