Another ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been answered, this time by a health group that deals with patients who may have the disease.

Employees of the Community Health Center Of Central Wyoming in Casper, challenged themselves, as about 15 buckets of water were poured on them, from the roof of their building.

Daniel Meyers, CEO of the Community Health Center Of Central Wyoming, says his company deals with recognizing the first symptoms of what is commonly known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

"We are probably involved in the pre-diagnosis. We're the ones that recognize that there are symptoms, that are important enough to send to a specialist, to get the full diagnosis and the testing."

The Community Health Center Of Central Wyoming has now challenged the Wyoming Medical Center, Mountain View Regional Hospital and Wyoming Medical Neurological Associates.