House Donated To Help Train Fire Fighters From Several Communities
OKC, Tinker, The Village, Tulsa, Bartlesville, Inola, Northwest, Catoosa, Newcastle,
Collinsville & Others
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groups of firemen from different communities entered the burning home many times
over two days repeatedly searching for "victims", extinguishing the
flames, and venting combustable smoke thru holes cut in the roof by other members
of the team.
home owner (Steve Seidenberger of the Eastside Veterinary Hospital) visited the
fire fighter's temporary classroom Saturday (below) while the firefighter were
still receiving verbal training before the first of many training fires were set
and extinguished. The building was finally allowed to burn completely late Sunday
LifeFlight helicopter even make an appearance at the multi-agency training at
the initial training fires were set each training group was taken through the
many rooms of the house explaing different search techniques and equipment.
from the final fire was visible from downtown Sunday afternoon.
horse in a pen at the adjacent veterinary hospital didn't seem bothered by all
the flames and commotion Sunday.