From left, Capital City Fire and Rescue firefighter-emergency medical technician Mark Fuette, firefighter-paramedic Marilyn DeVilbiss and firefighter-paramedic Todd Cameron practice using a new firefighting tool called the piercing nozzle Tuesday at the Juneau fire station. The nozzle is used in hard-to-access places such as under car hoods or roofs. The nozzle is hammered through the obstruction and can spray 100 gallons of water a minute.
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