Close Enough To Touch

Photos by Jacob Wiegand/The Herald
Cohen Begle, 3, made his way down from the top of a fire truck Saturday with the help of his mother, Victoria Hickman, as his grandmother, Becky Hickman, all of Jasper, held out a hand for assistance at Jasper's annual Touch a Truck event at the Jasper Train Depot. Kids had the opportunity to examine different vehicles at the event such as a garbage truck, ambulance, construction vehicles and more.
Leo Schaeffer of Ferdinand, 2, sat behind the wheel of a fire truck as his grandmother Kathy Schaeffer of St. Anthony, left, and mother, Jenna, watched from below.
Liam Brumley, 2, tested out a gurney with the assistance of EMT Katie Knies, left, and paramedic Miranda Terwiske, all of Jasper, on Saturday.



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