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Photos: Murrysville Medic One dive team trains in Armstrong County

Patrick Varine
| Thursday, May 31, 2018, 11:12 a.m.
Kyle Englert, Chad Clark, Mike Walsh from the Murrysville Medic One dive team prepare for a training session at a private lake in Armstrong County in late May. The team undertakes weekly training dives throughout the area.
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Kyle Englert, Chad Clark, Mike Walsh from the Murrysville Medic One dive team prepare for a training session at a private lake in Armstrong County in late May. The team undertakes weekly training dives throughout the area.
Murrysville Medic One diver Mike Walsh practices underwater search techniques during a late-May training session at a private lake in Armstrong County.
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Murrysville Medic One diver Mike Walsh practices underwater search techniques during a late-May training session at a private lake in Armstrong County.
Murrysville Medic One dive team member Mike Recklein prepares to head underwater.
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Murrysville Medic One dive team member Mike Recklein prepares to head underwater.
From the left, Mike Walsh, Kyle Englert, Murrysville Medic One Administrative Director Darrick Gerano and Mike Recklein work on dive training in late May at a private lake in Armstrong County.
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From the left, Mike Walsh, Kyle Englert, Murrysville Medic One Administrative Director Darrick Gerano and Mike Recklein work on dive training in late May at a private lake in Armstrong County.

The Murrysville Medic One dive team held a training session last week at a private lake in Armstrong County.

The training included underwater search techniques, metal detecting and boat operations.

Patrick Varine is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-850-2862, pvarine@tribweb.com or via Twitter @MurrysvilleStar.

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