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Lt. Kelly Fox with the Olympia Fire Department talks about the 11th annual Fire Ops 101 training at the HAMMER training facility in Richland. The day of training offers elected officials and civilians a glimpse at the life of the firefighter as they work at putting out fires in a burn house, use the jaws of life, and climb an aerial ladder over 6 stories high.
Sarah GordonTri-City Herald
Fire Ops 101 at HAMMER training facility in Richland
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State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has joint press conference with Sen. Ron Wyden
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