Saturday Morning Auto Extrication Training
By Public Information Officer Clay Myers
May 30, 2020

An excellent turnout on a Saturday morning resulted in training for newer and experienced firefighters from Gamber & Community Fire Co. Fire officers arranged for two vehicles to be used for extrication training, a small Dodge and a Saturn.

Several different scenarios were provided including vehicle stabilization and use of rescue tools. Firefighters had the opportunity to get hands-on experience with a variety of rescue tools and equipment that are carried on Engine 134.

Chief Charlie Green, Assistant Chief Alan Barnes, Lieutenants Ian Runkles, Patrick Livesay, and Joel Caple, and Sergeant Jeremy Hutton coordinated and conducted the training.