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Updated: 03/15/2017 08:30:00AM

People play with the Jaws

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PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Within less than five minutes, the car doors to this used car were ripped off using the new extradition equipment purchased by Polk County Fire Rescue.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Firehouse Subs of Lakeland was presented with a plaque commemorating their organization for providing Polk County Fire Rescue with a grant to purchase new extradition equipment.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Bethanne Ibarra, General Manager for Firehouse Subs of Lakeland, was the first person to use the new extradition equipment purchased by the Peace Creek fire department.

By JAMES COULTER

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With her own bare hands, Bethanne Ibarra would hardly be able to tear apart a car door, let alone a tin can.

However, using the Jaws of Life extradition tool, she was able to tear apart a car door as though it were a tin can.

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