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Photo gallery: Rosedale VFD visit to Forbes Elementary

| Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, 8:57 p.m.
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Amy Yohe, a kindergarten teacher at Forbes Elementary, poses for a photo with her class, Rosedale volunteer firefighter Nick Gerstel and EMT Makayla Linton-Rush. Rosedale members showed kids how to perform exit drills, dial 911, and stop-drop-and-roll.
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Rosedale Capt. Chris Hendershot (on truck) gives Forbes Elementary kindergarten students a tour of the No. 222 truck.
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Lieutenant Craig Loughery, on the left, and Captain Chris Hendershot, on the right, give Forbes Elementary kindergarten students a tour of one of the Rosedale fire trucks on Friday, Oct. 4, 2013.

Members of Penn Hills Volunteer Fire Department No. 222 in Rosedale stopped by Forbes Elementary on Oct. 4, showing kindergarten students a variety of fire-safety methods including stop-drop-and-roll, and how to dial 911.

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