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HILLSVILLE — A trainer with Project Lifesaver came to the Twin Counties to help Carroll and Grayson searchers stay sharp. By the end of the session, he had no concerns on that front.
The program keeps tabs electronically on those with conditions like Alzheimer’s and autism that make them prone to wandering away from home.
Paul Ballance, who serves with the Norfolk Sheriff’s Office, noted that Project Lifesaver has carried out 2,535 searches since its inception in 1999-2000 — every one of those searches with positive results.
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