Don't make us come get you after a bad choice! TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN!. Be careful out there.Flooding is still a big concern this morning, mainly south & east of the KC Metro. There are numerous road closures, with rain still falling.

Check out modot.org for updates on road closures.

Remember turn around don't drown, it is not worth it!
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2 months ago

Lee's Summit Underwater Rescue & Recovery

LSUR joined Mid-County Fire Protection and Sunrise Beach Fire Protection for several days of training this week with Life Guard Systems.
Fantastic week getting team members certified in Blackwater Diving and Rapid Deployment.
We enjoyed getting to team up with such a great group of divers, looking forward to teaming up again for more training opportunities!
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3 months ago

Lee's Summit Underwater Rescue & Recovery

Great day spent on the water training yesterday.
Some of our newer divers and support learned the art of hurricane anchoring - a 3 anchor system to make our boats into dive platforms. We also successfully located and brought Rescue Randy home!
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Training day. Learned about the 360 sonar system & how to deploy lines for swift water. ... See MoreSee Less

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4 months ago

Dave Swift

Cleaning out some old files and came across this old recruiting poster that we posted in all the KC area dive shops in 2002. It shows the old patch, which we redesigned in 2003. ... See MoreSee Less

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Getting an early spring cleaning done on this nice afternoon.
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LSUR is always accepting applications if you’re looking for a volunteer opportunity

www.lsur.org/join-us/
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Heading out to Sailboat Cove at Lake Jacomo to service the sailboat mooring lines. #PublicSafetyDivers #saturdayblackwaterdiving ... See MoreSee Less

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We had two new members complete their swimming, dive skills, & dive knowledge qualifications last night. If you would like to volunteer your time & skills as a public safety diver, check out our website for an application. ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday 8 team members responded to a call from the Jackson County Sheriff's Office to pull a vehicle out of Lone Jack Lake. Our divers were able to successfully tether the vehicle for extraction and about 3 hours after arriving on the scene extraction was complete.

Thank you for your continued support of our volunteer public safety divers. If you would like to learn more about how you can help, click the “learn more” button on our page.
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