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    Hello everyone
    I am the rescue school coordinator for the Adventure Sports Center in Western Md. I trying to get some information from you guys about what you think, I have a man-made whitewater course that can push 250,000 gpm (600 cfs) and I can change the features of my rapids from nice and fluffly to oh my God I can't get out. My question is this something the fire industry would use? And should they?
    If you go to www.adventuresportscenter.com there is a video of the course to give you an idea of the course

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    Seems very cool!

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