Frl..May27.1!)77 ORKKLEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 41 Eye on the job Firefighters kept busy this week burning anaban- blaze.are, from left, Ken Brockett, Gary Nolan and doned house at 624 4th St., which was slated for Richard Benson, destruction. Aiming a hose on the house and watching the Cooling the flames Two Greeley firemen aim their hose at the roof of a house firemen burned the house while training recruits. Training at 624 4th St. during a three-day training session this week. The Officer Verne Einspahr was in charge of the training sessions, house was slated for destruction by Urban Renewal, and Tribune pltofos ina the roof Two Greeley recruit firemen chop a hole in house was burned by firemen for training the roof of a house to vent the smoke and hot . purposes this week, vapors when the house is later set afire. The - Â£^.~~:. Â· Â· ...Â·-Â·. a. ^'v^'ifSt^-Sf^ff^-Jiyfi^a^a Cooling off Greeley fireman Doug Round holds his head under the firehose to cool oft during the three days of training while burning an abandoned house. Using pike-poles, several firemen try to The firemen are surrounded by a spray of push down a wall of the house they burned this wa [ er f rom a f j rc h ose lo keep t h cm CQf) | ^h'th week in a training session. The vacant house working so close to the flames, was slated for destruction by Urban Renewal.
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