VIDEO: The FDNY has a brand new way to train its members for some of the most complicated rescues.
The simulator was dedicated Thursday to a beloved member of the department who made the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11.
At first glance, the enormous pile of rubble looks like the latest disaster in New York City with the broken fuselage of a plane, crushed cars and piles of concrete, but the firefighters feverishly working the scene are training at the FDNY Fire Academy.
"Possibly somebody's under there. They're trying to get them out. They're in a confined space," FDNY Battalion Chief Joe Downey explained.
Downey showed CBS2's Andrea Grymes the newest training site -- each piece of rubble meticulously placed to simulate several different real-life disasters.