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Bucks graduates 18 volunteer firefighters from Southeastern Pennsylvania

The Bucks County Public Training Center, run by the college, recognized those who completed national certification training in an Aug. 14 ceremony

Bucks County Community College, the third-largest public-safety training provider in the U.S., recently recognized 18 volunteer firefighters who completed Fire Fighter I national certification training through the college-run Bucks County Public Safety Training Center.

Bucks instructors led one daytime class this summer at the Lower Bucks Public Safety Training Center in Croydon. The firefighters, who hailed from departments in Bucks, Montgomery and Northampton counties, were honored at an Aug. 14 ceremony at the college’s Newtown campus.

Brent Vosseller, of the Hecktown Volunteer Fire Co., Lower Nazareth Township, Northampton County, was named outstanding student by instructor Robert Hershman.

To learn more about the college’s Bucks County Public Safety Training Center, visit bucks.edu/publicsafety

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