Held every second year, the State Rescue challenge is a gruelling two-day event with teams facing a number of realistic emergency situations and rescue scenarios.
A number of teams from across the state took part in the competition which was held on 16th and 17th May 2015 at the South Australian Country Fire Service State Training Centre.
This year's scenarios included a mass casualty exercise involving a place crash, extricating a dummy trapped between two cars, using sandbags to protect evidence at a crime scene and an evidence search inside a blacked out building.
Watch the movies...
50-second brief highlights reel.
3-minutes in length, gives all the best aspects of the Challenge.
7 minutes in length, goes into detail about most aspects of the competition.
Scroll through some of the action shots........
State Rescue Challenge 2015 Awards .......
1st Place - Tea Tree Gully
Runner up - Edinburgh & Tea Tree Gully composite
Best Team Leader - David Zakrzewski (Tea Tee Gully unit)
1st placement for stands
Stand 1 - Winching - Tea Tree Gully
Stand 2 - Storm damage - Edinburgh & Tea Tree Gully composite
Stand 3 - Tow truck rescue - Tea Tree Gully
Stand 4 - Water tank rescue - Yorke & Mid North district composite
Stand 5 - Building evidence search - Edinburgh & Tea Tree Gully composite
Stand 6 - Rescue from depths - Tea Tree Gully
Stand 7 - Protect and preserve incident scene - Tea Tree Gully
Stand 8 - Mass casualty - Tea Tree Gully