received training this afternoon on what to do in case they are ever taken
Fire officials from the Gwinnett County Fire
and Emergency service were on hand this afternoon at the Albany Civic Center,
educating our local fire officials on what to do if they are ever held
Gwinnett Fire officials say
they feel this presentation is their obligation to the firefighter community
because four of their own were taken hostage on April 10th 2013.
"We feel an obligation to
the fire service to share our message, but the one thing that I've stresses
here today is what we did at our call may not happen the same way for the next
one," said Charles Wells, Assistant Chief, Gwinnett County Fire and Emergency
Today hundreds of fire officials turned out
for today's event at the Albany Civic Center.