Active shooter scenario


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire departments, along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 on Tuesday in Troy. The groups came together for Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions containing accessing and rescuing wounded casualties during an active shooter situation, and will continue throughout the week.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire Departments along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 this week. Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions for an active shooter situation, will continue throughout the week.


Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire departments, along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 on Tuesday in Troy. The groups came together for Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions containing accessing and rescuing wounded casualties during an active shooter situation, and will continue throughout the week.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News

Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire Departments along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 this week. Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions for an active shooter situation, will continue throughout the week.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire departments, along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 on Tuesday in Troy. The groups came together for Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions containing accessing and rescuing wounded casualties during an active shooter situation, and will continue throughout the week.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_160216aw_Fire_training.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire departments, along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 on Tuesday in Troy. The groups came together for Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions containing accessing and rescuing wounded casualties during an active shooter situation, and will continue throughout the week.

Anthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire Departments along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 this week. Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions for an active shooter situation, will continue throughout the week.
http://tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_160216aw_Fire_training_2.jpgAnthony Weber | Troy Daily News Representatives from Troy Fire and Piqua Fire Departments along with Troy Police Department, Miami County Sheriff’s office and Ohio State Highway Patrol participate in training scenarios at Troy Fire Station 2 this week. Rescue Task Force training, which included several evolutions for an active shooter situation, will continue throughout the week.
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