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Emergency workers practice and learn rescue skills

11:21 AM, Jul. 1, 2013
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A group of central Wisconsin emergency personnel spent hours during the weekend prying open vehicle doors, cutting off roofs and breaking windows.

Six fire departments participated Saturday in a class presented by Safe And Fast Extrication, or SAFE, in Wisconsin Rapids. SAFE is a nonprofit group made up of instructors who are skilled in extrication techniques, said Mark Meyers, a SAFE instructor and member of the Port Edwards Fire Department.

"We're teaching area fire departments different extrication techniques," Meyers said. ...

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