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Skills training for firefighters

Firefighters do skills training. - Mark Brett/Western News
Firefighters do skills training.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News

Penticton firefighters Ben Grantham (front) and Glen Fordyce prepare to attack a fire at the Number 2 fire hall training grounds this week. The crews are regularly upgrading and practicing their skills at the Camrose Street facility.

 

 

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