About 40 firefighters from districts around the Treasure Valley converged in Kuna last week to participate in a vehicle stabilization class. After the Saturday morning classroom portion of the training, held at Kuna Middle School, firefighters returned to Kuna Fire Station No. 1, where they had an opportunity to hone vehicle stabilization and extrication techniques with 12 junk cars, positioned as they might be found on a crash scene.
In addition to Kuna firefighters, rescue personnel from Melba, Boise, Nampa, Meridian, Eagle, Emmett, Murphy/Reynolds/Wilson Creek and other districts also attended the daylong session.
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