(WBNG) -- "Practice makes perfect." That's saying they believe in at the Windsor Fire Department.
The volunteer crew participated Monday in a training meant to ensure their team is ready for dangerous fires and other incidents.
"It's kind of like getting up in the morning, you do it enough times, you can do it blindfolded," said trainer Steven Brown.
That's exactly what firefighters did. Brown lowered the lights inside the firehouse and blindfolded the firefighters as they went through an obstacle course.
"Its muscle memory, the more you do it the easier and the quicker it comes to you," said firefighter Keri Anderson, who is returning to firefighting after an 8-year break that saw her get married and have kids.
She said she returning because she knows how much volunteers are needed.
"It's great to be back," she said.