Houston-area high school students training to be fire fighters

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HOUSTON - We see firefighters saving lives daily, now, students participating in the C.A.S.E.Y. Fire Ops high school program, get to see what it takes.

"Fifty two students from seven area high schools in the Houston area have come out to participate in the physical ability test," explained Tanya Cleveland, with C.A.S.E.Y Fire Ops.

"I've always had a dream of being a fire fighter so coming here, they said that we had the physical training part, so in my mind I was already ready for it," said Preston Seymore.

Shanell Moore was a little surprised, "I never knew they went through this much trouble and had to do this much in order to become a fire fighter...this is something that I feel that is made for me to do,"

We can only hope to see these hard-working kids protecting our communities in the near future.

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