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Type of Organization
Combination Fire Rescue Department
Years in Fire/EMS:
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
City of Beaver Falls
Years With Department/Agency
FF II ,FF I , rescuedive team member, confined space rescue, vehicle extracation, surface ice rescue, black water, moving water, large area search(all diving),dry suit and auga certified, swift water rescue
A Firefighters Gloves hold many things From elderly arms to a kids broken swing From the hands they shake and the backs they pat To the tiny claw marks of another treed cat At 2 am they are filled with chrome From the DWI who was on her way home And the equipment they use to roll back the dash From the family of 6 she involved in the crash
The brush rakes in spring, wear the palms out When the wind does a “90” to fill them with… Continue
Your alarm goes off, you hit the snooze and sleep for another 10 minutes. The tone goes off at 2 in the morning he is on his way to a wreck with entrapment. You take a warm shower to help you wake up. Hes been awake for three days working at four different stations running calls all day and night and doesn't get to shower. You complain of a "headache", and call in sick. He gets burned or trapped inside, or while cutting someone out of a car something flys off the car and injures… Continue
I agree that LGS is a good group. I have Rapid Deployment Search and Recovery, Underwater Vehicle Extrication, Swiftwater and a few of thier other certifications. I've also done others courses like SSI, NAUI, PADI and DRI, by far, the LGS courses are the most "getting you home" courses available.
Hey brother, Its good to see another SARR diver. I've not updated my profile, but I am a long time SARR diver. I would love to see how you set up your rig and what agency you train under. It's kind of a passion of mine to find out who is diving what and how concerned for the safety of the team they are. Jim