Bryans Road had a large turnout as they simulated an automobile accident in the parking lot, and demonstrated an appropriate response. They had ambulances and fire engines open for children to go inside and look at first hand. "Basically we're showing the public what we do to protect them," Joe Gronau, Fire Prevention Officer at the Bryans Road Fire Department, said. "We're doing evolution, telling them how we do our jobs if their car catches on fire during an accident or if their house catches on fire. We're showing them what our capabilities are." At the Indian Head Volunteer Fire Department, Fire Chief Jeff Williams was talking to residents in the community. They had equipment out on display, and a moon bounce for children to play in. Story & Photos:http://www.thebaynet.com/news/index.cfm/fa/viewstory/story_ID/24583
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