By: Jillian Wilson
Lights, Sirens, Action. That was the theme for kids at the Putnam Museum today.
Kids got to learn first hand what it takes to be an emergency responder.
The program is dedicated to men and women who dedicate their time saving lives and protecting the community.
Kids learned about EMT's, ambulances, and the jobs of other emergency responders.
‘Save a life Saturday' teaches kids home safety skills in case of an emergency.
"A lot of times you'll have a lot of kids who do stay at home, you'll have older siblings watching their younger ones, so it's important that they know what to do in case of an emergency," says Jen Ong, education specialist, Putnam Museum.
If you didn't get a chance to check out the exhibit. Don't worry you still can. It will be open for the next few weeks.