Trench Rescue Training – “From the Chief’s Desk”

As part of Salmon Arm Fire Department’s ongoing rescue team training, a Trench Rescue practice was held last fall where following a theory session, members were presented with a scenario of a worker who had collapsed within a trench. The team assessed the area, utilized shoring equipment and following assessment of the patient, extricated him.

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