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New public safety tower helps train firefighters
Golder Ranch firefighter Matt Gordon begins his rappel down the fire district’s new training facility. The new three-story building will help train firefighters in Northwest Tucson rather than forcing them go to travel to the Tucson Fire Department’s training facility near Interstate 10 and Wilmot road.
Golder Ranch firefighter Matt Gordon, left, and engineer Chris Cavaletto work their way down from the top of the district’s new training facility. The facility will help the district practice more of the types of calls that happen less, which they call “high risk, low frequency calls.”
Golder Ranch Fire District firefighters practice pulling “Rescue Randy” from a manhole-sized pipe that is incorporated into the new training facility.