Prince George’s County Bomb Squad Creates Easter Eggs for Visually Impaired Children

The Prince George's County Bomb Squad used their skills to make Easter eggs that beep for children who are visually impaired.

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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
The Prince George's County Bomb Squad made 48 beeping Easter eggs during a recent drill.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
The eggs will make hunting for eggs easier for visually impaired children.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
The eggs can be used multiple times and can be handled roughly.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
The International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators donated the colorful eggs and the electronics.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD
The finished eggs will be donated to the "Vision Program," a program offered through the Prince George's County Public Schools' Department of Special Education.
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Prince George's County Fire
Prince George's County Fire spokesman Mark Brady said the members of the bomb squad "are compassionate humans that began their careers as firefighters."
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
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Teresa Ann Crisman, PGFD.
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