CFD recently holds Open House
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CLEVELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT held its second annual Open House recently. The event was held to invite the community into the city’s five fire stations to learn about new equipment and meet the personnel. Each station focused on a different area of the job firefighters do. Visitors were able to handle hose lines, cut into automobiles, learn how to use fire extinguishers and go through a smoke trailer among other skills. An estimated 700 visitors came through the five stations. “We plan to continue this event as well as other community involvement activities,” said Fire Chief Steve Haun. “It’s important for the citizens of Cleveland to see what their taxes help support.” Firefighter Michael McCabe shows a potential   future fireman extrication processes.
CLEVELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT held its second annual Open House recently. The event was held to invite the community into the city’s five fire stations to learn about new equipment and meet the personnel. Each station focused on a different area of the job firefighters do. Visitors were able to handle hose lines, cut into automobiles, learn how to use fire extinguishers and go through a smoke trailer among other skills. An estimated 700 visitors came through the five stations. “We plan to continue this event as well as other community involvement activities,” said Fire Chief Steve Haun. “It’s important for the citizens of Cleveland to see what their taxes help support.” Firefighter Michael McCabe shows a potential future fireman extrication processes.
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CLEVELAND FIRE DEPARTMENT held its second annual Open House recently. The event was held to invite the community into the city’s five fire stations to learn about new equipment and meet the personnel. Each station focused on a different area of the job firefighters do. Visitors were able to handle hose lines, cut into automobiles, learn how to use fire extinguishers and go through a smoke trailer among other skills. An estimated 700 visitors came through the five stations. “We plan to continue this event as well as other community involvement activities,” said Fire Chief Steve Haun. “It’s important for the citizens of Cleveland to see what their taxes help support.” Firefighter Michael McCabe shows a potential future fireman extrication processes.