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Greensburg officials warn against Inclusion Park trespassing

Reports of vandalism, trespassing in past month

(GREENSBURG, Ind.) -- Officials are asking people to stay behind the orange fencing at the Building Bridges Inclusion Park in Greensburg.


The park has not opened yet, however, there have been reports of people accessing the park and getting on the equipment.


It is a safety issue due to some of the equipment not fully be installed despite looking like it is.


"For everyone’s safety this area is restricted from use until the entire playground is completed," Decatur County Parks & Recreation said in a statement.


The opening date for the park has not been announced but is expected to be this fall.


The park will serve children and adults of all abilities with many of the features designed to encourage social, emotional, and physical development.


Former Greensburg police chief Brendan Bridges came up with the idea years ago after seeing some of the challenges his autistic son faced at traditional parks.


A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Park in July. The 812's Ellie Acra was on hand for the event which can be viewed here.

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