Tenn. troopers train for range of emergencies


By Todd South
Chattanooga Times Free Press

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Most drivers see a Tennessee Highway Patrol trooper and think they're chasing speeders or working wrecks.

Those duties consume much of troopers' time, Lt. Jeff Mosley said, but he joined the Chattanooga district strike team for a different connection with the public.

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