Fire Ops 101 training

May 15, 2013 

Fire specialist Craig Amstrong, far right, supervises a simulated rescue during Fire Ops 101, an event May 11 by the Lee’s Summit Fire Department at its training facility and Fire Station No. 7 on Scherer Road. The annual workshop is for public officials and invited guests to help them better understand the skills and risks inherent in professional firefighting and emergency medicine. KCP&L employees Marvin Rollinson of Kansas City, Dave Millam of Lee’s Summit hoisted Dave Bernal, a retired law officer through a hole in the roof. They also used the equipment to lower each other to floors below.

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