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February 13, 2019


This sounds like a really good idea.

Around here, most of the firefighters must go to the station in order to retrieve their gear, then head to the emergency. Some of the higher ranks may keep their gear in their personal vehicles. They usually like two people in the trucks before responding, but it also depends upon who has gotten there first (experienced personnel may be able to take a truck by themselves).

I believe some towns have 24 hour coverage by hiring a couple of full timers to man the house, then everyone else being volunteers (I think that is how Henniker, the next town over covers their college town safety concerns).

SCCC has an innovative approach and I hope they, as well as the students, benefit greatly from it.


Bogie--Thanks for the information. It's helpful that each of us can contribute from our individual knowledge bases!

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