MANATEE COUNTY FIRE ACADEMY CLASS# 44 LIVE FIRE NIGHT
By WILLIE CIRONE, Senior Correspondent | January 17, 2021 | FLORIDA
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Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSClass# 44 waiting for a Safety Briefing before the burn
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSLeft to right Instructor Fox, Ferrett, Turpin, Guthrie, Safety Officer Turpin briefing Instructors.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSFamily Friends, usually sit inside on bleachers but due to the pandemic had to remain out side the fence area using covid protocols.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSStudents advancing hose line to the Car Prop.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSStudents have to hit the inside of the vehicle and the engine compartment.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSTwo Squads attacking the propane tank.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSThe flammable liquid pits.
Photo by CIRONE PHOTOSThe last last prop of the night, the Tree prop.
Manatee County Fire Academy Class#44 finished the second of there three required live burns to complete the Academy. The night burn is also used as a Family night, friends, families attend to watch the students in action. Students use knowledge learned in the classroom and turn it into skills in the field.
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