Created: Mon, 04 Nov 2013 10:06:00 EST
Updated: Mon, 04 Nov 2013 10:08:10 EST
The Warner Robins Fire Department gets out in the community to not only educate people about fire safety but show what they do daily.
The department held its annual demonstration day in the K-Mart parking lot in Houston County.
Several exhibits were set up including the Georgia Search and Rescue trailer and Incident Command Center. People also had a chance to get a lift on the ariel platform.
The free event presented fire prevention efforts and how to exit a burning vehicle.
"We feel it's very important to get out into the public. To reach a diverse crowd of the citizens of Warner Robins. Our goal is just to have some time to bond with those people in the community and just to demonstrate some of the things we do on a day to day basis." -- Deputy Chief Ross Moulton
The Warner Robins Fire Department also introduced the public to their dive team.
Firefigthers say this is one way they are able to bond with the people they help.