Training exercise helps give Russell Bohling's family closure
HUMBERSIDE Fire and Rescue Service hopes the training exercise it carried out at RAF Bempton will have helped Russell Bohling's family.
Russell's parents believed the teenager may have visited the bunker before he went missing in March 2010.
But fire crews failed to find a body when they carried out an exercise at the site this week.
A fire service spokesman said: "On Wednesday, we carried out a training exercise at the former bunker at Bempton.
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"Firefighters are required to constantly develop and maintain their skills to deal with a variety of emergency scenarios and seek many different training environments in order to do this.
"This site provided a unique environment for firefighters to train and practise working in breathing apparatus with possible hazardous materials in confined spaces.
"The Bohling family were aware of the training exercise and have told us completing the exercise will assist in offering the family some closure in regard to their missing son."