Students get first-hand experience with fire safety


The Iroquois Elementary School, grades K-5, went to the Iroquois Fire Station on Tues., Oct. 5 to learn about fire safety. The scholars were able to walk through the ambulance and fire truck and see some of the equipment used for emergencies, such as the jaws of life and items used for rescuing people stuck in a grain bin. One of the firemen put on all the equipment so the students were able to see what a fireman looks like. The students also received bags with other fire safety information.

Dean Reilly of the Iroquois Fire Department visited Pearl Creek Hutterite Colony School on Oct. 8, 2021.


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