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Mountain View Fire and Rescue is proud to announce the following firefighters have completed the Washington State Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B) course. This demanding curriculum, consists of over 120 hours of class and practical time, with an additional minimum of 10 hours of observational time at the Harbor View Medical Center Emergency Room.
These volunteer firefighters all work a regular job, attend weekly training drills and pull four 12 hour shifts at a fire station each month while attending EMT school. Around 70% of the incidents that Mountain View responds to, are Emergency Medical in nature.
Firefighter/EMTs must attend on-going training, meet minimum training hours and demonstrate practical skills testing each year.
Congratulations to Firefighter/EMTs, Cameron Hoveland, Foster Barragan, Jesse Johnson, Brandon Christiansen, Benjamin Dromgool, Richard Enriquez, Jeffrey Zimmerman and Erin Meador for a job well done!
Pictured along with Fire Commissioner Jim Farrell, Chief Smith, and Deputy Chief Barlow.