Blackfoot firemen and volunteers had an extra night of training Thursday as they practiced extracting potential patients from wrecks.
"We're practicing taking the car away from the patient," said Blackfoot fire chief Kevin Gray. "We do not want to compromise the patient at all."
Salesman Scott Slader from the Oregon company, Santiam, was explaining the use of the new extraction tools offered by his company. For example, using the simul-pump, firemen can run two tools at once.
Natasha Watson won the 2012-2013 Miss Sho-Ban Queen crown at the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Festival Friday.
"As Miss Sho-Ban, I will talk to the youth in my community and travel across the country representing my tribe," Watson said. "I will also be able to compete in the Miss Indian World contest."
Five contestants competed for this honor. Competitors each performed a traditional dance, made a traditional dish, took part in the Children's Parade and answered an impromptu question.
Watson performed a traditional woman's dance and made mint tea and fry bread for her traditional dish.