CHiPS for Kids Toy Drive

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CHP PIO Robert Rodriguez and Darrin Stacey, manager of non-emergency services.

Hall Ambulance Service participated in the California Highway Patrol’s annual CHiPs for Kids Toy Drive on December 6, 2013. Members of the Hall Ambulance Leadership Team donated toys for disadvantaged children over the two-weeks leading up to the event.

Shortly before 5 a.m. with a temperature of 27 degrees, a procession of school busses, tow trucks and a Hall Ambulance filled with toys were escorted by two CHP motorcyle officers, arriving at Motor City GMC at the Bakersfield Automall.

Cheerleaders from Frontier High School and Independence High School were on-hand to help transfer the toys from various vehicles into the bed of several new GMC pick-up trucks.

Hall Ambulance Service is proud of the positive relationship it has with the CHP, both on-scene and in support of community activities such as the CHiPs for Kids Toy Drive.

Cheerleaders from Independence High School formed a human chain to unload toys from the Hall ambulance.

Cheerleaders from Independence High School formed a human chain to unload toys from the Hall ambulance.

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