City Firefighters return to NIHP tower crane for high elevation rescue training

2015-06-10


Campbell River City firefighters came back to the new Campbell River Hospital construction site in early June to continue training that started with a visit last October.

See the City’s news release here.

Members of the Campbell River Fire Department take part in high elevation rescue training on the North Island Hospital Project's 60-metre Tower Crane #1.

Campbell River Fire Fighter Craig Idiens and a colleague are seen here atop NIHP Tower Crane #1 during their high elevation rescue training.

The counter jib of Campbell River NIHP Tower Crane #1 points east, with 1st Avenue below, Discovery Passage and Cape Mudge in the distance. This picture was taken during Campbell River Fire Department high elevation rescue training.

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