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Annual Open House 2009
Sun. Oct 18th 2009

Rain did not stop the annual open house at Center Fire House. The automobile extrication demonstration was moved inside as were the Southbury Training School Fire/EMS , Southbury Volunteer Ambulance Association, and Southbury Police displays. The car fire demonstration kicked off as scheduled at 3 pm. Medical personnel from the Southbury Training School Fire/EMS and the Southbury Volunteer Ambulance Association simulated patient treatment of Southbury's First Selectman Bill Davis and Selectman John Turk who were placed in the automobile used during the automobile extrication demonstration.

Fire Trucks and Engines on display at Center Fire House.
Southbury Training School Fire/EMS , Southbury Volunteer Ambulance Association, and Southbury Police displays.
First Selectman Bill Davis and John Turk (rear) treated by Southbury Volunteer Ambulance personnel.
Southbury Fire Lt. Fritz Ludwig (left) and firefighter Bob Hamila use hydraulic cutting and spreading tools to extricate the occupants of the automobile.
Firefighters prepare to suppress the car fire.
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