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New Look For The New Year


Welcome to 2014 and an updated First Due Tackle look.  Take a few minutes to bounce around the new page and orient yourself to some new features.  There will be some more updates and additions over the next days, weeks, and months.  

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Fatal Bus Crashes – Worldwide


Over this weekend the world saw two fatal charter bus crashes. Although different in construction, these buses give rescuers similar challenges because of the numbers of passengers. Lots of personnel and resources are needed for incidents of this magnitude.

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We Can Learn From The School Transportation Industry


At the end of last year, Ryan Gray (Editor-In-Chief of School Transportation News magazine) contacted me about writing a piece on school bus emergencies and what first responders will do at the scene of a crash.  Read it HERE.  Subsequent to that article, I was invited to collaborate and present a couple classes at the STN Expo with Cheri Clymer ...

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Extrication Training Coming Up


Two great training events are fast approaching and the BGSU State Fire School Heavy Rescue class is filling up quick. Check out the flyers and information on both classes below. Our friend Smitty, the brain behind BORON EXTRICATION, is coming south for the Northern Ohio Fools Heavy Rescue.

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