GLEN ROCK, N.J. -- Using a non-toxic smoke generator, Glen Rock firefighters practiced search and rescue operations in a house set for demolishing.
A Bullex Smoke Generator filled the Prospect Avenue house with smoke used for theatrical productions, creating zero-visibility condtions on both the first and second floors during the April 27 training session.
Firefighters carried out victim dummies weighting 175 pounds that had been placed throughout the residence, owned by Bottle King's Ken Friedman.
Those not conducting search operations practiced setting up ladders on the side and roof of the house.
Friedman is allowing the department to conduct training over the next few weeks before the house is razed.
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