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Lebanon Fire Department plans fire training for Sunday


LEBANON - The Lebanon Fire Department plans to conduct a live fire training at a building on Mount Support Road on Sunday starting at approximately 7 a.m.

People in the area may see heavy smoke and or fire during the controlled training.

"The use of an acquired building gives firefighters a valuable training opportunity by experiencing near real life fire conditions using recognized of national safety standards to ensure firefighter safety," Fire Chief Chris Christopoulos said in a press release.

During the training, Mount Support Road from the intersection of Lahaye Drive north to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical parking lot 20 will be closed to all traffic. Vehicles requiring access to any business north of Lahaye go through Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center parking lot 20. For questions, contact Christopoulos at 448-8810.

        

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