Simulated fire prepares firefighters Firefighters train for countless hours before being sent inside a burning building and continue to learn from experience with each fire they battle. But the infrequency of certain types of fires doesn't allow first responders to be as proficient as they'd like to be. As YNN's Chris Whalen shows us, a simulation Wednesday aimed to give firefighters more experience responding to chemical spills.
Sept. 25, 2013 - YNN Syracuse
Bill Proenza in Daily Press Speaking of the lull in storms in 2006, National Hurricane Center Director Bill Proenza said, "We're always concerned that infrequency can be disarming."
Jeff Baker in Pueblo Chieftain The biggest thing you have to deal with is the infrequency of at-bats,Baker said. "When you're in the minor leagues, you're getting at-bats every single day and up here that's not the case. I have no complaints, it's just one of those...
Jim Tracy in MLB.com I'm not going to take the responsibility from the young kid,said Tracy. "There's been an infrequency of save opportunities. I'm not doing that to him."