Firefighter Tyson Smith is outfitted in his oxygen mask and fire fighting gear to demonstrate the looks and sounds a fireman makes dressed in rescue gear. During Fire Prevention Week Lake Cowichan Firefighters visit the kids at Palsson Elementary School.

Lake Cowichan Volunteer Fire Department visits Palsson Elementary for Fire Prevention Week

Lake Cowichan volunteer fire fighter Steve Vatcher talks to a Palsson grade 3 class about the Rescue Truck.

  • Oct. 14, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Firefighter Tyson Smith is outfitted in his oxygen mask and fire fighting gear to demonstrate the looks and sounds a fireman makes dressed in rescue gear. During Fire Prevention Week Lake Cowichan Firefighters visit the kids at Palsson Elementary School.

Lake Cowichan volunteer fire fighter Steve Vatcher talks to a grade 3 class about the Rescue Truck and the equipment they use with it. Lake Cowichan fire fighters visited with Palsson Elementry’s grade 3 class as part of Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 5–11.

Fireman Ray Bourassa answers questions from the Palsson Elementary students about being a Firefighter at his visit during Fire Prevention Week Oct 5 – 11, 14. Accompanying him with the #7 Rescue Truck were firemen Tyson Smith, Steve Vatcher and fire Chief Doug Knott.

 

 

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