Law enforcement officers from seven counties get training in mental health crisis intervention
Dressed in an overcoat and hat drenched in gasoline, "Tom" sits on a pile of newspapers making flowers for his deceased mother, whom he misses dearly and to whom he is talking in a rambling mumble. "I know, mom. I know. I'm coming."
There are cigarette lighters beside him.
"I'm going home to my mom," Tom tells a police officer who has been called to the scene.
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