LOVELAND, Colo. — Loveland Fire Rescue Authority members employed a new Swedish nozzle in a test fire Monday afternoon at the Loveland Fire & Rescue Training Facility.
Loveland Fire Rescue Authority officials have been testing firefighting theories using real furniture and carpet — not wooden pallets and straw, normally used in training — since Saturday.
"We are trying to look at the fire and its behavior," Battalion Chief Tim Smith said. "We are collecting a lot of data and footage and are able to see what is happening in these spaces."
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