Greensboro, NC -- Summer storms bring on the constant threat of flashing flooding, and some local firefighters are learning how to be prepared in the event of a water rescue. "One inch of rain over one square mile is 17 million gallons of water, its going to go somewhere" said Captain Tim Gibbs of the Greensboro Fire Department.
Members of the Greensboro Fire Department got their swift water rescue training at Wet 'n' Wild Tuesday.
Firefighters brushed up on their rescue skills with simulations in the Wave Pool and Lazy River.
News 2 photojournalist Erik Arendt spent the evening with the firefighters as they got their training.