Training for rescues

  • Thursday, August 15, 2019 12:07pm
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Local firefighters aren’t just sitting and waiting for emergencies, they spend between time training for the worst case scenario.

Kent Firefighters tweeted interesting photos that gave a look into what type of training local firefighters perform to make sure they are ready when needed.

“With the formation of Rescue 81 base out of (Puget Sound Regional Fire Authority) Station 81 in Maple Valley, the crews have been doing lots of training to get up to speed with the equipment they have there. #ThereWhenYouNeedUs”

Check out some of the interesting types of training firefighters perform in the photos.

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