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Friday, November 6, 2009
Working with RDES I had the opportunity to get some cool photography during training. We took to the streets of Red Deer and were given the opportunity to use real structures to practice forcible entry as well as simulated firefighting evolutions and rescues. Equipped with smoke machines and various tools, fellow firefighters laddered roofs and cut holes for ventilation. Attack teams entered the smoke filled, zero visibility, house and completed searches and rescued victims. RIT teams also made entry to the house to rescue down or trapped firefighters and break through walls to escape "over-heated" rooms.
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