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    Forum Member wcfpd2601's Avatar
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    I learned the Denver Drill during a Saving Our Own class. I was amazed! Especially when we had a female FF that I promise you is about 4' 10" and weighed 85lbs be the number 2 person on the bottom. At her request, she wanted to prove herself, the victim was not a little fellow. With the three working together as a team they got the victim out just as quick as any of the other teams.

    They showed us how to use the high point and a ladder also.

    We have a prop at one of our stations...think I will drill the guys on this Monday night.

    Last edited by wcfpd2601; 11-26-2007 at 10:25 AM.
    The success of a fire department depends on the willingness of its members to put aside their differences and work for the benefit of the dept/community.

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    We recently drilled on using an aerial as a high point. Equally as interesting, and makes it easier to get a ff out of the center of a large occupancy/commercail structure.

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