Ladder training at Verdunville VFD


To help speed up the training, the Danville Fire Department, The White Knights, provided another aerial ladder truck to the Verdunville, Logan Number Two, Henlawson, Lake and Cora Volunteer Fire Departments.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

The Verdunville Fire Department recently purchased a used ladder truck for around $112,000. Members of the Verdunville Fire Department trained for three weeks in the classroom before getting a chance to interact with their new machine.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

The truck’s ladder extends for 55 feet and is operated by a single person. Each of the members of the Verdunville Volunteer Fire Department took turns putting the machine through its paces.


Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

The Verdunville Fire Department recently purchased a used ladder truck for around $112,000. Members of the Verdunville Fire Department trained for three weeks in the classroom before getting a chance to interact with their new machine.

The truck’s ladder extends for 55 feet and is operated by a single person. Each of the members of the Verdunville Volunteer Fire Department took turns putting the machine through its paces.

To help speed up the training, the Danville Fire Department, The White Knights, provided another aerial ladder truck to the Verdunville, Logan Number Two, Henlawson, Lake and Cora Volunteer Fire Departments.

To help speed up the training, the Danville Fire Department, The White Knights, provided another aerial ladder truck to the Verdunville, Logan Number Two, Henlawson, Lake and Cora Volunteer Fire Departments.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_VFD-3-CMYK.jpgTo help speed up the training, the Danville Fire Department, The White Knights, provided another aerial ladder truck to the Verdunville, Logan Number Two, Henlawson, Lake and Cora Volunteer Fire Departments. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

The Verdunville Fire Department recently purchased a used ladder truck for around $112,000. Members of the Verdunville Fire Department trained for three weeks in the classroom before getting a chance to interact with their new machine.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_VFD-1.jpgThe Verdunville Fire Department recently purchased a used ladder truck for around $112,000. Members of the Verdunville Fire Department trained for three weeks in the classroom before getting a chance to interact with their new machine. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner

The truck’s ladder extends for 55 feet and is operated by a single person. Each of the members of the Verdunville Volunteer Fire Department took turns putting the machine through its paces.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_VFD-2.jpgThe truck’s ladder extends for 55 feet and is operated by a single person. Each of the members of the Verdunville Volunteer Fire Department took turns putting the machine through its paces. Photo | Owen Wells | The Logan Banner
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