Target practice

Some young visitors learned how to douse flames using a fire hose during a recent trip to the Cloverdale Fire Hall.

Amy Clegg gets first-hand instruction aiming a firehose at a target outside the Cloverdale Fire Hall from firefighter Ron Langman.

Five cousins – three of them visiting from England – learned how to douse flames using a firehose during a recent trip to the Cloverdale Fire Hall.

Firefighter Ron Langman showed them how to turn on the hose, and how to aim it at a target.

Pictured from left to right: Khyem Rahman, Mason and Amy Clegg, Enam Rahman, Ron Langman. That’s mom Sabrina Clegg in the background.

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