If you spot lots of First Responders next to the City of Sharon's Municipal Building on Tuesday, it's not something to be concerned about.

The Western Pennsylvania Career Fire Chiefs Association will be holding a three-hour session beginning at 10 a.m. that includes training centered around a simulated airplane provided by Kirila Fire of Hartford, Ohio.

According to the Kirila Fire website, its Mobile Aircraft Trainers are designed to provide realistic training in the approach, attack, and extinguishment of real-world live fire scenarios

“This is a great opportunity for expanding our fire safety skills as well as hosting an event that brings regional fire chiefs to our area,” said Sharon Fire Chief and City Manager Bob Fiscus. “This event also connects with recent legislation that would support improved emergency preparedness in this side of the state.”

The legislation supporting better search and rescue training that Fiscus referenced came about after the Fern Hollow Hill Bridge collapse in January 2022.

The main goal of the legislation is to “provide the highest quality of rescue services to communities across the region and ensure that Western Pennsylvania is ready if disaster strikes,” according to a PA House news release.