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Gregory Smith

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Advanced Rescue Solutions

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Advanced Rescue Solutions

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Employment History

Lieutenant

Fishers Chamber of Commerce


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Hamilton County Rescue Task Force

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Farmers typically become entrapped when trying to remove clumps of grain that become stuck to the sides of the bins, said Greg Smith, an instructor with the Indianapolis-based Advanced Rescue Solutions, which led a training Saturday for local firefighters.
When the blockage is removed, the shear amount of grain that shifts as a result is overpowering. The farmer becomes completely immobilized and is often crushed or suffocates, Smith said. When firefighters arrive to a grain bin rescue scene, their priority is to locate the farmer and gain access to the bin safely, Smith said. The equipment they use to save a person is essentially a tube that forms around the victim's body, blocking the grain from encroaching any closer. Firefighters then use an auger to remove grain from around the farmer's body so the person can be pulled to safety, he said. Smith is a lieutenant with the Fishers Fire Department, but lives in Hancock County and volunteers with the Green Township Fire Department. He's also a farmer, and he knows well how tricky moving grain can be. "The best prevention is to never go into a bin alone," he said.


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Greg Smith
Greg is a 25-year veteran the fire service. He has spent the past 19 years with the Fishers, Indiana Fire Department. Greg is currently a Lieutenant assigned to the Heavy Rescue Company on the A shift. Greg has been a member of the Hamilton County Rescue Task Force since it's inception. Greg is a rescue diver and also oversees technical rescue operations for his shift. He has been an active instructor for recruit academies and area fire departments for over 15 years. Greg also works on a large Central Indiana Grain farm. His primary responsibility is the trucking operation of the farm where he operates and maintains semi tractor/ trailers on a daily basis.


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