With Covid 19 still a high risk, no in person events have been planned as of yet for this year.
Due to the pandemic we are sorry to say that the Maine Fire Chiefs Association Conference is currently postponed. Will look forward to seeing everyone at the next scheduled date.
-Recap of 2019–
Central Maine Cost Recovery had the pleasure of attending the 56th Annual Maine State Federation of Fire Fighters Convention. Thanks to all that stopped at our booth to say “HI”
4/ 2019 Demolition
Firefighter training exercise on a donated vehicle for demo.
CMCR donated a 2002 Mazda Tribute to one of their customers. Names were put in a box and randomly drawn. The donation went to………..Etna Volunteer Fire Department
Once delivered, Chief Hall planned a training exercise for a Monday night. They started their evening with a meeting discussing the opportunity to practice using the Jaws. As they were having the meeting, a downpour of heavy rain started . After the brief meeting, they suited up and hopped into the trucks undeterred by the weather and darkness.
They drove around the block and pulled up as if this was an actual accident scene.
Deputy Chief Hall established command as the firefighters gathered the necessary tools from the trucks to accomplish the task at hand. Each firefighter that approached command asked, “What are we dealing with”? Command answered each clearly, ” A head on collision with injuries. We will need to extract the person in the gray vehicle.”