Bradley County Fire Chief Troy Maney, left, and Fire Inspector/Training Coordinator Ronnie Goss watch as fill dirt is poured on an empty parcel of the fire department's training site. When completed this summer, the area pictured will contain a 100-foot long concrete pad on which multiple live burn training scenarios will be conducted, Goss said.
Bradley County Fire Chief Troy Maney, left, and Fire Inspector/Training Coordinator Ronnie Goss watch as fill dirt is poured on an empty parcel of the fire department's training site. When completed this summer, the area pictured will contain a 100-foot long concrete pad on which multiple live burn training scenarios will be conducted, Goss said.
Photo by Paul Leach /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Wednesday, May 21st, 2014
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CLEVELAND, Tenn. — Bradley County Fire & Rescue officials say the department's firefighting training center is about to take things to another level.

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