T3 Training: Vehicle Rescue Evolution
 
By East Brandywine Fire Company
September 1, 2017
 

On Wednesday evening August 30th East Brandywine Fire Company volunteers participated in vehicle rescue training. In addition to the training being conducted, volunteers also continued to organize and clean-up the Station.

The training consisted of an evolution where the Engine personnel encountered a vehicle with heavy front end damage with people trapped.

In addition to the training which was conducted there has also been an emphasis placed on enhancing our training complex while also cleaning out the Station.

In addition to training photographs, we also included photographs of the new retaining wall which was installed by Chambers Landscaping at our training complex. Andy Chambers who owns the landscaping company is a life-long public servant who currently volunteers his time at the Glen Moore Fire Company.

Please check back in order to see the continued improvements made to our training complex which will occur in the next couple of weeks.

 
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Thanks Chambers Landscaping!
Thanks Chambers Landscaping!