Washington County Dive Team 03-29-14
Photos by John Ehlke
Richfield Volunteer firefighter Tod Hetzer is pulled from the water during a practice session for the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. <br/><br/> Members of the Washington County Dive Team look over an area to begin cutting ice for their hole for a practice session on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. Washington County Sheriff Tim Dexter begins cutting a triangular hole for a practice session of the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. Spears are used to move one of the cut ice blocks back under the hole cut for the Washington County Dive Team practice session on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. The equipment used for the Washington County Dive Team during a practice session on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. Jeff Pagel of the Richfield Volunteer Fire Department looks through his mask during an equipment check during a practice session for the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. <br/><br/> Jeff Pagel of the Richfield Volunteer Fire Department puts his mask back over his face after his dive during a practice session for the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. <br/><br/> The flashlight held by Richfield Volunteer firefighter Chad Kernats is the only object remaining as he begins his dive during a practice session for the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. Richfield Volunteer firefighter Chad Kernats is pulled from the water during a practice session for the Washington County Dive Team on Big Cedar Lake on Saturday morning in West Bend. The water temperature was around 37 degrees. Low visibility in a contained overhead environment was the focus of the training for the members of the Washington County Dive Team. <br/><br/>
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