Greenburgh Technical Rescue Team's Ice Training

Two members of Greenburgh's Technical Rescue Team are pulled from the ice in a mock rescue training session. Photo Credit: Sgt. Anthony McVeigh
Greenburgh's Technical Rescue Team practices saving victims from the ice. Photo Credit: Sgt. Anthony McVeigh
A member of Greenburgh's Technical Rescue Team is pulled from the ice in a mock rescue training session. Photo Credit: Sgt. Anthony McVeigh
Greenburgh Technical Rescue Team members use an ice rescue platform during a mock rescue training session. Photo Credit: Sgt. Anthony McVeigh
A Greenburgh Technical Rescue Team member uses an ice rescue platform during a mock rescue training session. Photo Credit: Sgt. Anthony McVeigh
The Greenburgh Technical Rescue Team uses thick, waterproof suits that come equipped with a built-in ice awl for traction. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
This ice rescue platform is quicker to get out on the ice than a boat. The platform is attached to a rope and pulls victims out. Photo Credit: Samantha Kramer
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GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Members of the Greenburgh Police Department and Greenburgh's three fire departments are no strangers to working on thin ice.

The Technical Rescue Team, comprised of 25 police and fire department officials, finished another round of its annual ice rescue training sessions on Thursday and took to the icy waters of the partially-frozen Elmwood Country Club lake for mock rescue sessions.

Sgt. Anthony McVeigh, Special ...
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