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Tragedy spurs efforts to improve safety of Bozeman rentals
With the rental market in Bozeman growing more competitive, city leaders are finding that renters will sacrifice safety just to find a place to live.
MTN's Jamie Leary shows us how the the Bozeman Fire Department hopes to change that.
Bozeman's voluntary rental initiative came to be from a tragedy.
Who wants to get close to a fire engine or truck? like climb inside and put on the headsets close?
How about learn about fire safety, the importance of car seat installations, smoke detectors, stop-drop and roll, extrication, shoot a fire hose, and see an ambulance close.
Tour a working Bozeman firehouse?
Still not enough fun.
It was a national first for the dozen firefighters from six of Montana’s largest communities who began gathering at City College last week for advanced hazardous-materials training.
“Montana has adopted this course as the standard of care,” said Jack McCartt, a Florida-based instructor with the National Fire Academy who was brought in to help teach the 10-day course.