Galion firefighters practice with Jaws of Life


Galion firefighters from left Neil Evans, Todd Horn, Lt. Jeff Pennington and Clint Moneysmith practice with the Jaws of Life at All Quality Auto Parts Friday morning. “It’s a huge favor to allow us to practice on cars that are already wrecked. It allows us to be more proficient, to do our job better.” Pennington said.


Firefighter Neil Evans trains with the Jaws of Life Friday morning. “We used the scenario with the car upside down in a ditch.” Pennington said. “If we use this once we would be surprised. That’s why we try more then one way to do things because you never know.”


Galion firefighters from left Neil Evans, Todd Horn, Lt. Jeff Pennington and Clint Moneysmith practice with the Jaws of Life at All Quality Auto Parts Friday morning. “It’s a huge favor to allow us to practice on cars that are already wrecked. It allows us to be more proficient, to do our job better.” Pennington said.

Firefighter Neil Evans trains with the Jaws of Life Friday morning. “We used the scenario with the car upside down in a ditch.” Pennington said. “If we use this once we would be surprised. That’s why we try more then one way to do things because you never know.”

Galion firefighters from left Neil Evans, Todd Horn, Lt. Jeff Pennington and Clint Moneysmith practice with the Jaws of Life at All Quality Auto Parts Friday morning. “It’s a huge favor to allow us to practice on cars that are already wrecked. It allows us to be more proficient, to do our job better.” Pennington said.
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Jaws-of-life-1-1.jpgGalion firefighters from left Neil Evans, Todd Horn, Lt. Jeff Pennington and Clint Moneysmith practice with the Jaws of Life at All Quality Auto Parts Friday morning. “It’s a huge favor to allow us to practice on cars that are already wrecked. It allows us to be more proficient, to do our job better.” Pennington said.

Firefighter Neil Evans trains with the Jaws of Life Friday morning. “We used the scenario with the car upside down in a ditch.” Pennington said. “If we use this once we would be surprised. That’s why we try more then one way to do things because you never know.”
http://galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_Jaws-of-life-2-1.jpgFirefighter Neil Evans trains with the Jaws of Life Friday morning. “We used the scenario with the car upside down in a ditch.” Pennington said. “If we use this once we would be surprised. That’s why we try more then one way to do things because you never know.”
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