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ROP teens learn ins-and-outs of firefighting

Modified: Tuesday, Nov 13th, 2012

Paso Robles High School senior and ROP Community Health Care Program participant Tony Webster stands in front of Fire Station No. 2 in Paso Robles last Friday. The Paso Robles Emergency Services Department has participated in the RPHS ROP Community Health Care Program for the past three years, which allows students to work two hours each week at Fire Station 2 in Paso Robles. Photo by Hayley Thomas.

PASO ROBLES — A few weeks ago, Paso Robles High School senior Tony Webster got to do something some teens only dream about. He rode along with firefighters in a real fire engine, sirens blazing as they raced to the scene of an accident.

“There was a car accident, where a man had hit a deer, and it had hit the front of the windshield,” Webster said. “It was kind of shocking to see something like that, but it’s something you have to get used to.”

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