IN ACTION: QFES's new North Coast recruits showcased their abilities on Saturday, November 17 with a hot gas response demonstration.
IN ACTION: QFES's new North Coast recruits showcased their abilities on Saturday, November 17 with a hot gas response demonstration. Felicity Ripper

PHOTOS: QFES recruits demonstrate their hot gas training

HOT gas explosion simulations were carried out at Gayndah on Saturday where QFES North Coast Region's new recruits demonstrated their ability to handle an incident.

Six recruits from the Burnett and Sunshine Coast are now qualified to respond to incidents after they completed the extensive Auxiliary Recruit Training and Education Program.

A presentation was held in Gayndah on Saturday night before the recruits showcased their new abilities.


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