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PLAINFIELD, Ind.– More than 80 dogs and their handlers underwent intense training Wednesday, with the Indiana TSA and Department of Homeland Security.

While students are on spring break, dozens of dogs and handlers from 24 federal, state and local agencies, learned life-saving lessons at Plainfield High School.

The K9’s were put through 20 different disaster scenarios, including search and rescue, patrolling, and sniffing out explosives and drugs. One of the scenarios, used the recent bombing attacks in Austin, Texas as a lesson.