2 officials tweet fun but serious Fourth freedom of speech

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Two public safety officers enjoyed their freedom of speech rights for Independence Day, teaming up to make Hoosiers laugh — and keep them safe during the Fourth of July holiday.

In the days leading up to the Fourth of July, Sgt. John Perrine, a public information officer for Indiana State Police known for funny and informative tweets and videos, has again teamed up with his colleague, Capt. Mike Pruitt, a public information officer for Wayne Township Fire Department. They’ve been hosting a Q-and-A of sorts over Twitter, as they use emojis and short video clips to address possible safety issues surrounding Independence Day festivities.

Worried about the heat? They’ve got you covered:

Need fire safety reminders? There’s that, too.

And in case you were planning to drink and drive, a perennial warning:

Check out their public Twitter accounts for more tips, news and friendly banter!

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