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Emergency personnel on standby to ensure safe water-ski tournament

1:19 AM, Jul. 21, 2013
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People who attended The 47th annual Wisconsin State Water Ski Show Tournament this week might not have known there was more going on than competition, fun, food and entertainment.

Emergency personnel from Grand Rapids, Wood County and even a chiropractor from Green Bay were working behind the scenes during the four-day tournament to make sure performers and everyone else at the show stayed safe.

As in any sport, injuries happen in water-skiing, said Denice Legois of Sturtevant, a member of the Brown's Lake Aquaducks. Even though performers do their best to avoid injuries, it's good to know ...

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