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Friday, May 22, 2015
Public figures try being firemen during first Fire Ops 101 course
Bill Brookins/Courtesy photoA Fire Ops 101 participant prepares to enter a smoking building during the search and rescue scenario.
Bill Brookins/Courtesy photo
A Fire Ops 101 participant prepares to enter a smoking building during the search and rescue scenario.
A firefighter has 1 minute to get into his or her uniform.

Boots, pants, jacket, oxygen tank pack, hood, breathing mask, helmet and gloves; all zipped, clicked and secured with Velcro within 60 seconds.

The 12 participants at the first-ever Fire Ops 101 on Saturday, May 16, were averaging closer to 5 minutes to perform this fundamental task - even with help from several firefighters.


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