Touch-a-Truck held at Chick-fil-A in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (WDTV) - Monday night, at Chick-fil-A along Patterson Drive in Morgantown, kids in the community had the chance to see emergency vehicles up close and personal.

Some of the vehicles that were on hand included an army car, a medical helicopter, a sheriffs department van, a school bus and more.

This gives kids a chance to see these vehicles up close and really learn all the helpful ways these cars and and other transportation vehicles are used.

When we spoke to the organizer of the event he tells us it's also a chance for the officials in the community to give back and show they care about helping folks learn more about what they have and what they do.

"It promotes them so people can see the people who actually help in our community," said Tom Koon, Marketing Director for Chick-fil-A along Patterson Drive in Morgantown. "They want to give back to the community."



 
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