Emergency cards hoped to save lives, ease suffering

January 15th, 2006    Author: Rodney Beckwith    Filed Under: News

Three local agencies have initiated what seems to be turning into the latest craze in the tri-state area, at least when it comes to emergency identification. Personal emergency cards, the brain child of Goshen Township Police Officer James Taylor, have only been available for a short time, but the word has spread and people from all over are calling the Goshen Police Department, the Pierce Township Police Department and the Clermont County Coroner

Pierce Township Police Chief Jim Smith administers the fingerprinting portion of the personal emergency card process. According to Smith, the program has been popular so far and is gaining momentum.
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