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Friday, June 8, 2012
Have you ever wondered what kind of training our apparatus drivers go through? Well, to drive a fire engine in Montgomery County our personnel have to have over 120 hours of training and have driven a MCFRS ambulance for at least one year. All drivers must be over 21 years old as well. Have a safe day and remember to ALWAYS wear your seatbelt even if you are going just a short distance.
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