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Leakage of hazardous materials and rescue of trapped people under threat of gunfire: firefighters practice at Rachel's Tomb | Israel Hayom

2023-12-05T16:06:26.236Z

Highlights: Firefighters from the Judea station practiced scenarios of hazardous materials, carbon and collapse at Rachel's Tomb. The exercise was carried out in cooperation with the Etzion Brigade, the Bethlehem DCO, the Oz police station, the Border Police Envelope, MDA, and the Holy Places Administration. "The station was dispatched to the exercise without any knowledge of the outline and scenarios awaiting it," says Lieutenant Tafsar Tamir Erez, commander of Judea Regional Station.


The fighters practice various operational capabilities in order to strengthen their operational capabilities, especially during the war • "Since the beginning of the war, the Judea and Samaria District has been required to attend a wide range of events, including war incidents such as missile hits and carbon attacks"


Since the beginning of the Iron Sword War, the Fire and Rescue Service has also been required to practice and strengthen their operational capability under war events. On Tuesday, firefighters from the Judea station practiced scenarios of hazardous materials, carbon and collapse at Rachel's Tomb.

Firefighters training from the Yehuda station, photo: Israel Fire and Rescue Service Spokesperson's Office | Judea and Samaria District

"The station was dispatched to the exercise without any knowledge of the outline and scenarios awaiting it," says Lieutenant Tafsar Tamir Erez, commander of the Judea Regional Station. "The firefighters who arrived at the scene encountered the practice of leaking hazardous material from a truck, rescuing people trapped in a pillbox who were stuck there as a result of an IED, and extinguishing fires fired by throwing Molotov cocktails."

Firefighters training from the Yehuda station, photo: Israel Fire and Rescue Service Spokesperson's Office | Judea and Samaria District

Firefighters training from the Yehuda station, photo: Israel Fire and Rescue Service Spokesperson's Office | Judea and Samaria District

The exercise was carried out in cooperation with the Etzion Brigade, the Bethlehem DCO, the Oz police station, the Border Police Envelope, MDA, and the Holy Places Administration.

Firefighters training from the Yehuda station, photo: Israel Fire and Rescue Service Spokesperson's Office | Judea and Samaria District

"Since the beginning of the war, the Judea and Samaria district has been required to attend a wide range of events. Both warlike incidents such as missile hits and terror attacks, which we are familiar with, such as arson, Molotov cocktails, ripening IEDs, and more," said Judea and Samaria District Commander Tafsar Shiko Bar Dov. "The objective of the exercise is to 'stretch the operational capability and envelope forces' of the station while practicing a variety of end scenarios.

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