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Liberty, Orange and Concord Township fire departments participated in a live training burn of a house on Liberty Road between Hyatts and Home Roads Tuesday. The combined departments spent the morning igniting fires inside the house for the live training. Each team would take a turn at extinguishing the blaze. Once the house became unsafe, Liberty Township Fire Chief Tom O’Brien gave the word to let the fire consume the house.

Liberty, Orange and Concord Township fire departments participated in a live training burn of a house on Liberty Road between Hyatts and Home Roads Tuesday. The combined departments spent the morning igniting fires inside the house for the live training. Each team would take a turn at extinguishing the blaze. Once the house became unsafe, Liberty Township Fire Chief Tom O’Brien gave the word to let the fire consume the house.


D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette

Liberty, Orange and Concord Township fire departments participated in a live training burn of a house on Liberty Road between Hyatts and Home Roads Tuesday. The combined departments spent the morning igniting fires inside the house for the live training. Each team would take a turn at extinguishing the blaze. Once the house became unsafe, Liberty Township Fire Chief Tom O’Brien gave the word to let the fire consume the house.

Liberty, Orange and Concord Township fire departments participated in a live training burn of a house on Liberty Road between Hyatts and Home Roads Tuesday. The combined departments spent the morning igniting fires inside the house for the live training. Each team would take a turn at extinguishing the blaze. Once the house became unsafe, Liberty Township Fire Chief Tom O’Brien gave the word to let the fire consume the house.
https://www.delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2018/06/web1_DSC_2406.jpgLiberty, Orange and Concord Township fire departments participated in a live training burn of a house on Liberty Road between Hyatts and Home Roads Tuesday. The combined departments spent the morning igniting fires inside the house for the live training. Each team would take a turn at extinguishing the blaze. Once the house became unsafe, Liberty Township Fire Chief Tom O’Brien gave the word to let the fire consume the house. D. Anthony Botkin | The Gazette