Calif. crews get hydrogen fuel cell firefighting training
The course includes classroom instruction, group exercises involving incident scenarios, a quiz, and a hands-on, live-fire exercise
By Sandra T. Molina
The Pasadena Star-News
WHITTIER, Calif. — Hydrogen fuel cells may become the gasoline of the future in cars and trucks — so what will happen when such vehicles catch fire?
That's what fire cadets and firefighters from San Gabriel, San Marino, Santa Fe Springs and the county are finding out this week at a special training program at the Rio Hondo College Fire Academy in Whittier.