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This morning, Rescue 6 did an extrication training, to test the new rig and the new PA7-70 training dummy's.

The PA7-70 is a state of the art training dummy, with human like functions like breating and feelable heartbeat.
And the dummy's computer can be set to numerous simulations of various injuries.
From a bruise to multiple fractures, bleedings and 3rd degree burns.
Even CPR training.

In with is high tech sensors the dummy notices every move it is making and changes in the area around him., and the computer reacts to it, to create, worsen and dies if no quick intervention is made.

The dummy's and the computers are flame, schock and water resistant, so they can be used for many different training scenarios, even real life burn exercises.

Every station recieved a dummy, Rescue 5 and 6 have their own and the training academy has 2 of these dummy's
The dummy's can be borrowed by other stations for multi casualty scenarios.

The first training was a simple extrication, and went very well.



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 I made it 
  October 15, 2010
Quoting Lego Fire Museum Inc. You did a great job with this one. I haven't had the opportunity to cut a car apart in a long time, but I can say that you really did a great job of covering the essentials of extrication. The cribbing, the jaws, the spreader, the generator, the backboard, the pieces of the car cut off; you have them all in there.
Thanks,i did my best on it, like it was a real life extrication. Its not easy with america's most hated little car ;-)
 I like it 
  October 15, 2010
You did a great job with this one. I haven't had the opportunity to cut a car apart in a long time, but I can say that you really did a great job of covering the essentials of extrication. The cribbing, the jaws, the spreader, the generator, the backboard, the pieces of the car cut off; you have them all in there.
 
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