Firefighters sharpen their rescue skills

  • Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Jerry Buice lights a pile of wood on fire inside a metal building used for firefighter training at the Rabun County Fire Services training center at Station 4 in Lakemont.
    Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Jerry Buice lights a pile of wood on fire inside a metal building used for firefighter training at the Rabun County Fire Services training center at Station 4 in Lakemont.
  • Firefighters ascend a ladder to assist in a training exercise on the second floor of the metal building simulating a structure fire.
    Firefighters ascend a ladder to assist in a training exercise on the second floor of the metal building simulating a structure fire.
  • Firefighters for Rabun County Fire Services prepare to enter a room filled with smoke and flames in an exercise led by training instructor Ryan Bramblett, center, to provide annual emergency response training required for interior firefighters. The scenario took place at the training facility behind Station 4 in Lakemont.
    Firefighters for Rabun County Fire Services prepare to enter a room filled with smoke and flames in an exercise led by training instructor Ryan Bramblett, center, to provide annual emergency response training required for interior firefighters. The scenario took place at the training facility behind Station 4 in Lakemont.
LAKEMONT— Rabun County Fire Services sharpened their emergency response and victim rescue skills with their annual training at their Station 4 training center in Lakemont last week. The annual…

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