Bayfield, Forest Lakes respond to emergency declaration

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Bayfield, Forest Lakes respond to emergency declaration

Library closed, marshals restrict access and town government makes plans
An Upper Pine River Fire Protection District crew member wears a Tyvek suit while practicing personal protective measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak Wednesday in Bayfield.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighter/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck practice getting into Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1. The fire district has prepared several social distancing measures and telecommuting measures in response to COVID-19.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighter/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck practice getting into Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1. Upper Pine Fire provides ambulance, fire and other services to a 265-square-mile region.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighters/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck demonstrate spraying down a stair chair with a bleach solution as if the chair was used for a COVID-19 patient while they wear Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1.

Bayfield, Forest Lakes respond to emergency declaration

An Upper Pine River Fire Protection District crew member wears a Tyvek suit while practicing personal protective measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak Wednesday in Bayfield.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighter/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck practice getting into Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1. The fire district has prepared several social distancing measures and telecommuting measures in response to COVID-19.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighter/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck practice getting into Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1. Upper Pine Fire provides ambulance, fire and other services to a 265-square-mile region.
Upper Pine River Fire Protection District Captain Corey Adamy and firefighters/EMTs Matthew Riggins and Kaleb Heck demonstrate spraying down a stair chair with a bleach solution as if the chair was used for a COVID-19 patient while they wear Tyvek suits with self-contained breathing apparatus on Wednesday at Station 1.
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