The Lyon's Club's throughout the United States Have No Parade Best Practice and Yes We Are Calling Them out.
They did not listen to our safety standards like this organization did. "Ron you may be
the BEST INFORMED
person on trailer accidents
I have ever seen. I am trying to compile statistics about parade related deaths and hoped you might be able to help.
My interest is more in the direction of preventing people from throwing candy, as we have had several near misses. WE DID / Parade Float Accidents.
The Lyon's Club will cover this up and pay off the family to Non-Disclose the settlements...
Memo....We contacted everybody in the Lyon's Club leadership and they need to be sued because they ignored our safety best practice.
Parade accident injures 4 year old
Posted: Sun 2:12 PM, Jul 22, 2018 |
Updated: Sun 3:07 PM, Jul 22, 2018
DENMARK, Wis. (WBAY) - Brown County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a parade accident involving a semi tractor and a four year old boy in the Village of Denmark.
The boy, along with other children, were retrieving candy from the annual Lion’s Parade on County Highway KB. The boy had his leg partially run over by the semi with a full size milk tanker trailer that was representing a company in the parade.The boy got too close to the rear dual tires of the trailer while getting candy and his leg was caught and pinned briefly under the tire. The boy suffered a significant leg injury, but nothing life threatening. The boy was transported to a local hospital by County Rescue who was also in the parade. No alcohol or drugs are suspected and the accident remains under investigation.
In 1971 J. Standard Baker Quoted " Drivers Towing Trailers Are Four (4) Times As Unsafe As Those In Cars Alone!
We keep warning and warning and warning we were prepared to receive a 1,000,000 grant for www.paradesafety.org from Congressman Cantor and he was going to help us apply for the grant.
Suddenly the help went away and his office no longer wanted to assist us in establishing a
National Best Practice For All Parades!
Why? Then These 4 Wounded Warriors Were Killed By Another Unsafe Hayride and still his office did nothing so I told him I would help vote him out of office.
Police service for the Village of Denmark will be provided by the Brown County Sheriff's Office Two officers have been selected to serve the community in the role of Directed Enforcement Offiecer (DEO). Both DEOs have the flexibility to mold their position to fit the needs of the village. The DEOs are Nobert (Dan) Delebreau and Jonathon Dzekute. DEO Dzekute will also be covering the schools as a School Resource Officer (SRO) and will continue to dedicate twenty (20) hours per week to the schools. Along with village and school coverage, the DEOs also have access to all the resources that the Sheriff's Office has available. If there is a time that the DEOs are not available the Brown County Sheriff's Office will handle any matters that need an officer to respond. The office for the DEOs is located at 118 E. Main Street. The fax number is 920-863-5169.
If you have an emergency please call 911.
For Non-emergency calls please call 920-391-7450
Departmental personnel include:
DEO I Norbert (Dan) Delebreau
DEO II Jonathon Dzekute
Crossing Guard Bill Kane
Crossing Guard Marty Brezinski
Alternate Curtis "Butch" Schoen
Alternate Christine Schoen
Village of Denmark
118 E Main St.