Photo Gallery: Airplane crash training scenario

Photo by Evan Bevins Volunteer Charlena Lemasters, who served as a passenger in a simulated plane crash as part of the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise, looks at the airport’s aircraft rescue and firefighting vehicle after the simulation Wednesday.
Photo by Evan Bevins Members of the Wiliamstown and Waverly volunteer fire departments and Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport staff confer at the conclusion of Wednesday’s triennial full-scale exercise, which featured a simulated plane crash.
Photo by Evan Bevins Waverly and Williamstown volunteer firefighters pull Wood County Technical Center senior Kaylea Wilson up the hill from the site of a simulated plane crash during the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise Wednesday.
Photo by Evan Bevins Williamstown volunteer firefighter/EMT Jim Crawford, left, helps “critically wounded” passenger Sylvia Wilhelm, an emergency and fire management student at the Wood County Technical Center, to a waiting truck during a response to a simulated plane crash Wednesday as part of the airport’s full-scale triennial exercise.
Photo by Evan Bevins Wood County Technical Center seniors, clockwise from left, Casey Bennett, Devan Walker, Kaylea Wilson, Hope Wolfe and Austen Fritz await the arrival of rescue workers during the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise, which simulated a plane crash. Passengers given white papers were “deceased,” while those with red papers were “critically injured.”
Photo by Evan Bevins Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport line chief Kevin Dotson, left, walks Wood County Technical Center student Jessica Turner up the hill from the simulated crash site during the airport’s triennial full-scale exercise Wednesday. Turner was given a green paper indicating she was injured but capable of walking.
Photo by Evan Bevins Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport line chief Kevin Dotson, top center, makes his way down the hill to assess the simulated crash scene during Wednesday’s triennial full-scale exercise at the airport. Students in the Wood County Technical Center’s emergency and fire management class at the Caperton Center played the roles of passengers.
Photo by Evan Bevins Via Air station manager Chuck Peters, right, hands Wood County Schools bus driver Matthew Armstrong a piece of white paper designating that he was “killed” in a simulated plane crash as part of the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise Wednesday.
Photo by Evan Bevins Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport Manager Jeff McDougle, left, speaks to students in the Wood County Technical Center’s emergency and fire management class Wednesday prior to the airport’s triennial full-scale exercise. The students served as passengers in a simulated plane crash.
Photo by Evan Bevins Waverly volunteer firefighter/EMT Robert Wherry, left; Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport chief of operations Roger Haynes, second from left; and another Waverly firefighter place volunteer Lynn Cross on a backboard during a response to a simulated plane crash Wednesday as part of the airport’s triennial full-scale exercise.
Photo by Evan Bevins Clockwise from bottom left, Williamstown firefighter/EMT Jim Crawford and Waverly firefighter/EMT Robert Wherry load volunteer Lynn Cross into the back of an airport pickup truck as Wood County Technical Center seniors Sylvia Wilhelm, Austen Fritz and Bri Wigal pull her in during the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise, which focused on a response to a simulated plane crash.

Airport personnel, volunteer firefighters, law enforcement and more came together Wednesday for the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport’s triennial full-scale exercise.

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