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Pecos Canyon News

6/1/2018

Join us tomorrow at the second annual fishing derby at the Monastery Lake! ~Eric Roybal
 

 


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Wildland fire training Wildland fire training    Members of Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue attending Wildland Fire training.


 
Wildland fire training Wildland fire training    Members of Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue attending Wildland Fire training.


 
Wildland fire training Wildland fire training     Members of Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue attending Wildland Fire training.


 
Firefighter I Training Group Firefighter I Training Group    PCF&R members completing Firefighter I training.


 
Volunteers training in conjunction with helicopter. Volunteers training in conjunction with helicopter.    Pecos Canyon crew training in conjunction with Careflight.


 
Volunteers training with pump. Volunteers training with pump.    Volunteers training on pump operations.


 
Training Training    Crews training on Wildland hose lays.


 
Training Training    Crews training on Wildland Fire Weather.


 
Training Training    Paul Gonzales training on Wildland Fire Weather.


 
Training Training    130/190 Wildland trainees digging line.


 
Training Training    130/190 Wildland trainees digging line.


 
Training Training    Bob Ingersoll demonstrating pump operations for 130/190 wildland course.


 
Training Training    Wildland trainees qualifying on shelter deployment for the 130/190 class.


 
Hazmat training Hazmat training    Members of Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue attending a class in Hazardous Materials.


 
Crawl through training Crawl through training    Members of the Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue practicing crawl through techniques.


 
Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue    Truck fire training.


 
Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue    Propane tank fire training.


 
Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue    Propane fire training.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Firefighters may need to stabilize a vehicle in a roll-over incident.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Firefighters carry jacks on apparatuses to help stabilize vehicles.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Firefighters add more blocks or wedges to create the most stability possible.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Firefighters may need to remove both the doors and the roof in order to rescue someone from a vehicle.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Pecos Canyon Fire and Rescue got together with Pecos Fire Department for training on several different types of vehicles.


 
Extrication Training Extrication Training    Sometimes taking the top off of a vehicle is the only way to rescue a passenger.


 





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