Officials Conduct ‘Every 15 Minutes’ Debriefing

Los Alamos Fire and Police Chaplain Cheryl Ridlon leads a debriefing session Friday at police headquarters following last month’s “Every 15 Minutes” distracted driving exercise at Los Alamos High School. Fire Chief Troy Hughes, at left, and Police Sgt. Jordan Redmond and others took part in Friday’s debriefing. Students, parents, teachers, police firefighters, hospital personnel, judicial officials, chaplains from around the region, a mortuary, the Office of the Medical Investigator, a LifeCare helicopter and other emergency personnel participated in the “Every 15 Minutes” exercise to highlight the irreversible tragedies that can occur when people text while driving, or drink or do drugs and get behind the wheel. Photo by Carol A. Clark/  

From left, Los Alamos High School Principal Sandy Warnock, Los Alamos Emergency Dispatch Center Supervisor Kate Stoddard, with her daughter, and Los Alamos Magistrate Court Judge Pat Casados were among the officials who participated in Friday’s “Every 15 Minutes” debriefing session. Photo by Carol A. Clark/  


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