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A Busy Evening for the Jacksonville Volunteers

April 29th, 2006

After a not-so-busy week, JVFC members were running three calls at once Saturday evening. On the East side of the county, Engine 10 had arrived on the scene of an apartment fire in a 10-23 box reporting fire through the roof. The air unit was dispatched on the second alarm working fire assignment. A week ago at a similar time, the air unit had been on a two alarm 11 box. While personnel were operating on the scene of the 10 box, Engine 473 was dispatched as the second-due engine for a reported dwelling fire in Hereford’s district. As the engine was just around the corner from the scene, Engine 442 arrived and reported a bonfire to the rear of the house. The box was then placed in service. In the meantime, Medic 475 was dispatched to a medical emergency down the street from the station. Throughout all of this, 47 had an additional crew standing by at the station.
 
 
 
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