PFD R.I.T. training keeps skills sharp


Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz, bottom right, along with freighters John Richard and Kirk Wolf, pull an “injured firefighter” out of “burning structure” as Assistant Chief Paul Brown, Firefighter Eric Wood, and Capt. Dustin Lacy observe the Rapid Intervention Team Mayday Training exercise at the Piqua Fire Department on Tuesday. Brown said that the department is trying to keep training schedules ongoing in spite of the COVID-19 situation.

Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz, bottom right, along with freighters John Richard and Kirk Wolf, pull an “injured firefighter” out of “burning structure” as Assistant Chief Paul Brown, Firefighter Eric Wood, and Capt. Dustin Lacy observe the Rapid Intervention Team Mayday Training exercise at the Piqua Fire Department on Tuesday. Brown said that the department is trying to keep training schedules ongoing in spite of the COVID-19 situation.


Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz, bottom right, along with freighters John Richard and Kirk Wolf, pull an “injured firefighter” out of “burning structure” as Assistant Chief Paul Brown, Firefighter Eric Wood, and Capt. Dustin Lacy observe the Rapid Intervention Team Mayday Training exercise at the Piqua Fire Department on Tuesday. Brown said that the department is trying to keep training schedules ongoing in spite of the COVID-19 situation.

Piqua firefighter Nick Schmitz, bottom right, along with freighters John Richard and Kirk Wolf, pull an “injured firefighter” out of “burning structure” as Assistant Chief Paul Brown, Firefighter Eric Wood, and Capt. Dustin Lacy observe the Rapid Intervention Team Mayday Training exercise at the Piqua Fire Department on Tuesday. Brown said that the department is trying to keep training schedules ongoing in spite of the COVID-19 situation.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2020/05/web1_051220mju_pfd_traiing1.jpgPiqua firefighter Nick Schmitz, bottom right, along with freighters John Richard and Kirk Wolf, pull an “injured firefighter” out of “burning structure” as Assistant Chief Paul Brown, Firefighter Eric Wood, and Capt. Dustin Lacy observe the Rapid Intervention Team Mayday Training exercise at the Piqua Fire Department on Tuesday. Brown said that the department is trying to keep training schedules ongoing in spite of the COVID-19 situation.

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