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Bennington

Training day

  • Peterborough Deputy Fire Chief Brian Wall looks on as a Francestown firefighter pulls a fire hose into a burning house during Bennington Fire and Rescue's Live Burn Training that took place on Sunday. Bennington Fire Chief Mike Roina said over 20 firefighters, including nine new members from nearby towns, got the chance to practice under live conditions during the event.

    Peterborough Deputy Fire Chief Brian Wall looks on as a Francestown firefighter pulls a fire hose into a burning house during Bennington Fire and Rescue's Live Burn Training that took place on Sunday. Bennington Fire Chief Mike Roina said over 20 firefighters, including nine new members from nearby towns, got the chance to practice under live conditions during the event.

  • The skeleton of an A-frame house still stands while the fire continues to burn during the Bennington Fire and Rescue Live Burn Training on Sunday.

    The skeleton of an A-frame house still stands while the fire continues to burn during the Bennington Fire and Rescue Live Burn Training on Sunday.

  • Bennington Fire Captain Adam Dunning uses the fire hose to protect against fire exposure on an A-frame house during Sunday's Live Burn Training held in Bennington.

    Bennington Fire Captain Adam Dunning uses the fire hose to protect against fire exposure on an A-frame house during Sunday's Live Burn Training held in Bennington.

  • Peterborough Deputy Fire Chief Brian Wall looks on as a Francestown firefighter pulls a fire hose into a burning house during Bennington Fire and Rescue's Live Burn Training that took place on Sunday. Bennington Fire Chief Mike Roina said over 20 firefighters, including nine new members from nearby towns, got the chance to practice under live conditions during the event.
  • The skeleton of an A-frame house still stands while the fire continues to burn during the Bennington Fire and Rescue Live Burn Training on Sunday.
  • Bennington Fire Captain Adam Dunning uses the fire hose to protect against fire exposure on an A-frame house during Sunday's Live Burn Training held in Bennington.

Peterborough Deputy Fire Chief Brian Wall looks on as a Francestown firefighter pulls a firehose into a burning house in Bennington during Bennington Fire and Rescue’s live burn training that took place Sunday. Bennington Fire Chief Mike Roina said over 20 firefighters, including nine new members from nearby towns, got the chance to practice under live conditions.

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