The Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is encouraging people in the area to sign up for the Yellow Dot Program.
The program isfree and helps first responders identify and treat someone in a car accidentmore efficiently. All you have to do to participate is fill out a Yellow Dotform and place it in your glove box.
Then, place the yellow dot sticker on the left side your rear windshield. The form asks for your medical information, allergies you have, and emergency contacts.
Marshall County Sheriff Phil Sims said, “It’s for in case you have someone involved in an accident or whatever it is, and they can’t communicate. They can’t communicate what’s wrong with them or if they have any kind of medical conditions or allergies or so forth. That’s basically what it’s designed for.”
Anyone can signup for the program. The forms and stickers can be picked up from the Marshall CountySheriff’s Office.
Deputies will also be out in the community passing the forms out. Follow their Facebook page to see where they will be set up in the future.