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Wednesday, 14 February 2018 23:33

CCCTC Students in PA Construct Forcible Entry Door Simulator for LT Fire Dept.

Written by Staff, Gant News

The students in the welding and collision repair program at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) in Clearfield, PA, constructed a forcible entry door simulator for the Lawrence Township Fire Department (LTFD).

The forcible entry door simulator is a large, sturdy door and frame combination that gives firefighters hands-on experience in force-opening locked doors.


The repeated practice made available by the simulator will save valuable time during emergencies.


Department members met with students to go over the finished simulator before loading up the door and putting it to the test.


In the photo, from left to right (kneeling), are Victoria Bailor (collision repair), Jared Grimm (welding) and Brandon Francisco (welding).


In the back row are: Darren Dale (collision repair instructor), Matt Marinel (collision repair), Elliott Neeper (past fire chief), Scott Wink (lieutenant), Kevin Graham (fire chief) and Dave Rupert (welding instructor).


Missing from photo is Kyle Clouser (welding).


We thank Gant News for reprint permission.

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