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  • 'Horrible, beyond horrible:' Students pepper sprayed during training

    Law Enforcement students of Eastside Technical Center High School, led by retired Kentucky police captain Lisa Rudzinski, took part in an exercise subjecting them to pepper spray while Fire/EMS students performed decontamination training in rinsing the pepper spray off.

Law Enforcement students of Eastside Technical Center High School, led by retired Kentucky police captain Lisa Rudzinski, took part in an exercise subjecting them to pepper spray while Fire/EMS students performed decontamination training in rinsing the pepper spray off. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com
Law Enforcement students of Eastside Technical Center High School, led by retired Kentucky police captain Lisa Rudzinski, took part in an exercise subjecting them to pepper spray while Fire/EMS students performed decontamination training in rinsing the pepper spray off. Marcus Dorsey mdorsey@herald-leader.com

A shot of pepper spray gives high school students a dose of reality

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