First responders and educators from the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) worked together to facilitate communication in emergency situations. From left are Noah Brock, Environmental Rural Area Clean-up Enforcement (ERACE) detective; Jack Goins, ERACE detective; Eugenio Mejia, Hualapai Mountain park ranger; Timothy King, battalion chief of Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire District; Rusty Cooper, deputy police chief for the Kingman Police Department; Beca Bailey, community engagement liaison for ACDHH; Kim Minard, deaf specialist for ACDHH; Carmen Green Smith, deputy director for ACDHH; and Emmett Hassen, licensing and certification coordinator for ACDHH. (Photo: Charles Black/MCR)
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Deaf Community Gets a Voice in Emergency Communication

First responders and educators from the Arizona Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (ACDHH) worked together to facilitate communication in emergency situations. From left are Noah Brock, Environmental Rural Area Clean-up Enforcement (ERACE) detective; Jack Goins, ERACE detective; Eugenio Mejia, Hualapai Mountain park ranger; Timothy King, battalion chief of Northern Arizona Consolidated Fire Read more