Clarkston Firefighters Receive Special Training

Courageous Kids Climbing
Clarkston firefighters Milton Carrillo (left) and Brayden Hoyt (right) practice removing a fall arrest harness. The training was part of a program of how to rescue a worker suspended in a personal fall arrest system which was provided by Courageous Kids Climbing of McCall, Idaho. Courageous Kids Climbing has free climbing events planned for Moscow and Pullman for all children with special needs, an ice-skating opportunity in Lewiston for all children with special needs and an opportunity for school age children who are legally blind to look at Idaho State Police cars with their hands, also in Lewiston. The training was held in the Clarkston fire station on Tuesday, March 2.

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