Las Vegas Valley Firefighters Perform High-Angle Rescue Training atop The High Roller Observation Wheel March 31
On Wednesday, March 31, The High Roller Observation Wheel will host the Clark County Fire Department (CCFD) and the City of Las Vegas Fire and Rescue firefighters as they perform high-angle rescue training scenarios.
The High Roller Observation Wheel is situated within the CCFD’s jurisdiction and boasts numerous established safety protocols, which the firefighters will incorporate throughout the training as they renew their rescue certifications. The exercise provides these public safety professionals unique opportunities to test their skills with a variety of rescue scenarios, while reviewing safety measures atop the world’s highest observation wheel 550 feet above the Las Vegas Strip.
Media are invited to cover the high-angle rescue training session.
Wednesday, March 31, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
8 a.m. Firefighter crews arrive for set-up.
9 a.m. Training begins.
1 p.m. Wrap
All media must RSVP by noon on Tuesday, March 30, to receive media credentials by contacting Mariana Anchante at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will be available with representatives from the Clark County Fire Department and City of Las Vegas Fire Department, as well as with Carolyn Gargiulo, Director of Operations, Attractions for Caesars Entertainment.
The High Roller Observation Wheel
3545 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Media members are encouraged to self-park in the back lot behind The High Roller Observation Wheel, with access via Flamingo Road to LINQ Lane or Koval Lane to Winnick Avenue. Parking is free with a valid Nevada ID.
Desiree Webb/Erika Pope
The Vox Agency
(702) 569-0616, (702) 249-2977
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