Local fire training heats up


Fire departments from across the area participated in a live structural burn exercise this week, sponsored by Sampson Community College. Firefighters from the Clinton Fire Department as well as units with Halls, Roseboro, Salemburg, Turkey, Taylors Bridge, Warsaw, Herring and Newton Grove all joined the live burn of a house donated for training exercises, located at 2060 W. Main St. in Clinton. The training gives firefighters the opportunity to train in a controlled environment, but with an actual live fire.


Fire departments from across the area participated in a live structural burn exercise this week, sponsored by Sampson Community College. Firefighters from the Clinton Fire Department as well as units with Halls, Roseboro, Salemburg, Turkey, Taylors Bridge, Warsaw, Herring and Newton Grove all joined the live burn of a house donated for training exercises, located at 2060 W. Main St. in Clinton. The training gives firefighters the opportunity to train in a controlled environment, but with an actual live fire.

Fire departments from across the area participated in a live structural burn exercise this week, sponsored by Sampson Community College. Firefighters from the Clinton Fire Department as well as units with Halls, Roseboro, Salemburg, Turkey, Taylors Bridge, Warsaw, Herring and Newton Grove all joined the live burn of a house donated for training exercises, located at 2060 W. Main St. in Clinton. The training gives firefighters the opportunity to train in a controlled environment, but with an actual live fire.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_SCC-fire.jpgFire departments from across the area participated in a live structural burn exercise this week, sponsored by Sampson Community College. Firefighters from the Clinton Fire Department as well as units with Halls, Roseboro, Salemburg, Turkey, Taylors Bridge, Warsaw, Herring and Newton Grove all joined the live burn of a house donated for training exercises, located at 2060 W. Main St. in Clinton. The training gives firefighters the opportunity to train in a controlled environment, but with an actual live fire.
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