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Grand Junction firefighters practice with a special foam designed to put out fuel fires.


A Grand Junction firefighter ringed by flames sprays a foam designed to put out fires in fuel containing ethanol during training at Suncor Energy, 2230 Railroad Ave., this morning.

About 30 firefighters learned about the foam during a classroom session and then practiced with the alcohol-resistant aqueous film-forming foam, which smothers the flames from burning fuel.

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