The Puyallup Extrication Team and Action Training Systems Team Up For Innovative Firefighter Training

10/07/2011
Press release from Action Training Systems: September 21, 2011 (POULSBO, Wash.) Every day across America and Canada, there are hundreds of vehicle collisions which often leave citizens trapped inside and in need of emergency care. There are techniques our emergency responders must be proficient in to safely extract the trapped or injured occupants of the vehicles as well as keep themselves and other responders safe on the incident scene. Firefighters need the type of real-life, hands-on training that can only be delivered by professional trainers like PXT. While they are internationally recognized for their skills in TERC and WRO auto extrication competitions, the primary mission for PX...

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