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An object on a Vehicle

A simple training scenario that only requires a vehicle (that you do not need to cut, yet) and an object to lift. Great objects include large tree sections, utility poles, and concrete pipes. These objects can be easily found in most cities, maybe even in your Department of Public Works yard.

Take a look at the scenario that Connecticut Custom Fire Training LLC. put together a month ago at one of their training classes.

Mike Smith, Absolute Rescue's Editor in Chief, is a veteran of the fire/rescue service in Michigan, who also works in the automotive industry as a designer. Have an idea of suggestion for the site? Contact Mike here

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Car into an apartment building

In Mississauga, Canada, a vehicle crashed into a large residential building and the damage could have impacted up to 4 stories. Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services stated the vehicle hit the window on the building’s second floor. The driver was extricated and transported to the hospital.

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Car into an apartment building

In Mississauga, Canada, a vehicle crashed into a large residential building and the damage could have impacted up to 4 stories. Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services stated the vehicle hit the window on the building’s second floor. The driver was extricated and transported to the hospital.

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Shoring

Garbage truck into a structure

Report of a garbage truck had crashed into a structure.

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Garbage truck into a structure

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Building Collapse

Partially collapsed acquired structure Training

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SFR had the pleasure of hosting one of our regional response partners at an acquired structure in town this morning. Crews sharpened their shoring skills in a partially collapsed structure, making it safe to search for survivors. Practicing skills with our regional response partners better prepares all of us to respond to large scale disasters as well as smaller incidents that can impact our community. #beready #bettertogether

 

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