Tommy Trojan Sustains Boo-Boo At Camp 911

Camp 911, an interactive safety camp for kids who will be entering kindergarten in the fall and helps them learn basic safety, is being held this week.

At Camp 911 children will learn different safety lessons such as online safety, bike safety, stranger danger and much more while interacting with local first responders. 

During one of the lessons they learned what to do in case of an emergency as Tommy Trojan suffered a knee injury while dancing and a youngster called 911 and Hanco paramedics came. (video below)

We spoke with the fire department’s Beth Baker about the importance of that lesson.



The good news is Tommy will be just fine – the x-ray showed no broken bones and it was only a mild sprain.

Camp 911 is a joint effort led by local emergency response agencies, including Hanco, Findlay Fire and Police Departments, the Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, and Hancock Public Health.