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The Colony, Texas Fire Department's Training Yard with a modified Hanover Saving Our Own prop with vertical vent and forcible entry props added.  This was site built from scratch so only pictures are available. Total cost less than 10K. 

Drills: (2) Denver and wall breech, stairs, ladder and personal rescue device bail, Columbus drill, reduced profile SCBA confidence, vertical vent, (7) forcible entry challenges. VEIS and 2nd story ground ladder rescue.

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Hi Scott

 That prop looks great,one question though, is there space at the top of pitched roof to set roof ladders over the "peak"? Maybe add some more pictures of other features? Thanks Harry

Yes there is a space for the roof ladder hooks.  More pics to follow.

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