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North Naples Firefighter, Javier Spirgatis, right, is prepped before diving into Price Lake during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.

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Dania Maxwell/Staff North Naples Firefighter, Javier Spirgatis, right, is prepped before diving into Price Lake during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.

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North Naples Firefighter, Javier Spirgatis, right, is prepped before diving into Price Lake during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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Kenny Moyer with the Golden Gate Fire Department passes a dummy to a teammate during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the Price Lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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A North Naples Fireman drags a dummy out of Price Lake during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla.  The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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Cpl. Carlo Llorca, with the Collier County Sheriff's Office Dive Team, simulates a health impairment  during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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A helicopter lands at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery during a fictional training exercise on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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A North Naples Fireman participates in a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.
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Bubbles from a North Naples Firemen rise to the surface during a fictional training exercise at Collier County Junior Deputy Camp Discovery on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 in Naples, Fla. The fictional scenario starts with a 911 call made after a passer-by sees a car go into the lake. Encouraging communication between responding agencies, the simulation is conducted by the Collier County Sheriff's Office, North Naples Fire Department, Golden Gate Fire Department, Collier County Emergency Medical Services, East Naples Fire Department, Marco Island Fire Department, and Naples Fire Department.

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