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A Day on the Job with two Brainerd Firefighters - Brainerd Dispatch MN

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Published on Sep 21, 2012

Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012.

Brainerd Fire Department full-time equipment operators Capt. Kurt Doree and Engineer Lance Davis arrive at the fire hall located on 23 Laurel St., Brainerd, for their 24-hour shift. The first thing they do is exchange information with the previous shift on what the firefighters did on their shift and what needs to be done. After the exchange they both grab their trauma bag and clean them out and take out their old gear and replace it with their new gear. The fire department received a Federal Emergency Management Agency grant for $35,800 for 19 sets of gear; the fire department paid 10 percent. The firefighters will use their old gear as back-up gear or it will be used by firefighters with less seniority.

Doree and Davis then checked the medical bag to make sure there was enough medical supplies in it.

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