MEDIA ADVISORY: CARE FL, First Responders to Host Press Conference at Jupiter Medical Center

Posted on October 3, 2014


CARE FL, First Responders to Host Press Conference at Jupiter Medical Center  to Discuss Concerns with the All Aboard Florida Project

JUPITER, FL – Citizens Against Rail Expansion (CARE FL) and first responders will hold a press conference, Tuesday, October 7 at 10:30 a.m. at the Jupiter Medical Center. Community leaders and first responders will highlight the negative impact the All Aboard Florida proposed project will have on public safety and the quality of life in the South Florida and Treasure Coast regions.

Speaking at the press conference will be Brent Hanlon, CARE FL Steering Committee and General Manager of Loblolly; Tequesta Mayor Abby Brennan;  John Couris, President and CEO of Jupiter Medical Center; Dr. Michael Collins, Medical Director of Emergency Services, and Tequesta Police Chief Christopher Elg.

Who:   Citizens Against Rail Expansion Florida (CARE FL)

What:  To discuss the impact that increased rail traffic will have on first responders.                             

When: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.

Where: Jupiter Medical Center

Clarke Auditorium

1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy.

Jupiter, FL 33458

CARE FL is a coalition created by a group of concerned community leaders, organizations and neighbors in South Florida and the Treasure Coast. Our group continues to grow. We share a common goal: Protecting the safety, welfare and way of life for the families, businesses and retirees who live in and around our communities. To learn more about CARE FL’s concerns visit and follow us on Twitter @CARE_FL.