Learning the ropes


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Assistant Chief Lee Adams, left, and firefighter John Richard work with new Multi-Purpose Devices as the Piqua Fire Department Technical Rescue Team trains on the new equipment at the Piqua Atomic Dome on Thursday. The department recently received two MPDs, a new “Rescue Randy” training dummy, and additional rope rescue training equipment thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation. The new equipment allows firefighters to effect the rescue of victims, above or below ground, in a quicker, more efficient and safe manner.


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Assistant Chief Lee Adams, left, and firefighter John Richard work with new Multi-Purpose Devices as the Piqua Fire Department Technical Rescue Team trains on the new equipment at the Piqua Atomic Dome on Thursday. The department recently received two MPDs, a new “Rescue Randy” training dummy, and additional rope rescue training equipment thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation. The new equipment allows firefighters to effect the rescue of victims, above or below ground, in a quicker, more efficient and safe manner.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Assistant Chief Lee Adams, left, and firefighter John Richard work with new Multi-Purpose Devices as the Piqua Fire Department Technical Rescue Team trains on the new equipment at the Piqua Atomic Dome on Thursday. The department recently received two MPDs, a new “Rescue Randy” training dummy, and additional rope rescue training equipment thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation. The new equipment allows firefighters to effect the rescue of victims, above or below ground, in a quicker, more efficient and safe manner.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_020917mju_pfd_roperescuetraining.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Assistant Chief Lee Adams, left, and firefighter John Richard work with new Multi-Purpose Devices as the Piqua Fire Department Technical Rescue Team trains on the new equipment at the Piqua Atomic Dome on Thursday. The department recently received two MPDs, a new “Rescue Randy” training dummy, and additional rope rescue training equipment thanks to a grant from the Miami County Foundation. The new equipment allows firefighters to effect the rescue of victims, above or below ground, in a quicker, more efficient and safe manner.

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