Tex. First Responders Test Skills in Airplane Fire Drill

Tex. First Responders Test Skills in Airplane Fire Drill

Video Jun 15, 2017

Every three years, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is required to conduct a full scale exercise demonstrating proper planning by implementing its Airport Emergency Plan. Firefighters and EMS personnel practiced their responses in an airplane emergency drill.

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