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This is one of the mocked up car crashes which has been staged to test firefighters in a rescue competition taking place at Lincoln University. Teams have a fixed amount of time to make the scene safe and rescue a 'casualty' from the wreckage.
Lincolnshire's firefighters say they are keen to make use of home advantage in the two day rescue competition taking place at the University of Lincoln.
Their team is one of 130 using their skills to tackle a range of scenarios. Spokesman Mark Baxter says it is great for them to host the event.
130 teams from fire services all over the country have started competing in a two-day rescue challenge at Lincoln University.
They are showing off their rescue skills in five different scenarios.
Here they are practising recovering casualties from confined spaces in a mocked up collapsed building:
Another challenge sees teams competing to recover casualties who are injured while trapped at height on the side of a building.
With ladders not allowed they have no choice but to bring in extra ropes to reach those who are hurt and lower them to safety:
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Rescue teams from across the country have arrived in Lincoln to show off their skills in the country's biggest firefighter event.