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Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
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Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all

Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Highland Park resident Amanda Miranda, 14, learns how to control a hose from Ambulance Operator Bao-An Nguyen at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Glendale Fire Dept. firefighter paramedic Kodie Dean, left, helps Emily Alvarez, 14 of La Crescenta, put on a 60-lb. turnout and breathing apparatus at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Paloma Alvarado, 16 of Sunland, looks up as she climbs a truck ladder up to the third floor of Station 21, at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Danica Dinh, 10 of Pasadena, uses the Jaws of Life to cut a car door during the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Glendale Fire Dept. firefighter Nathan Moroshan, right, keeps a close eye as 15-year old Brianna Serna, of Glendale, handles a chainsaw at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Glendale Fire Dept. personnel stands with nine participants of the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Jackson Pfau, 14 of Chatsworth, reaches the third floor of Station 21 at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Glendale Fire Dept. firefighter paramedic Sarah Craig, center rear, helps 10-year old Danica Dinh, with a 51-lb. frame, put on a full 60-lb. turnout with breathing apparatus the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Glendale Fire Dept. engineer Kevin Stockton, left, and Ambulance Operator Bao-An Nguyen left, help Jordan Lo, 18 of Glendale, guide the water stream to a specific location during the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Fire Dept, first ever Girls Camp includes all
Verdugo Fire Academy recruits, Melissa Reed, from left, Sonja Koebnick, Krista Fonseca and class battalion chief Victor Gonzales, spoke to participants at the first Glendale Fire Dept. Girls Camp, at Station 21 in Glendale on Saturday, Nov,. 3, 2018. Participants, eight girls and one boy, ranged in age from 10 to 18 and participated in stations set up like auto extrication, aerial ladder climb, search and rescue, controlling a water hose, and manipulating a chainsaw. (Raul Roa / Staff Photographer)
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