K-9 police teams take to the Connecticut River for water training
Old Lyme — K-9 teams from the Connecticut State Police, state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Billerica, Mass., Police Department were participating in search and rescue training Friday on the Connecticut River.
The seven teams completed the freshwater aspect of their training Thursday and worked from the DEEP Marine Headquarters in Old Lyme for Friday's saltwater session.
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