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Living anywhere near a fire station is not a treat. Anytime the trucks leave the main station I have to listen to their sirens. I suppose they do this to remind us of what a valuable service they provide. Frankly, if my place burned, I would have it demo'd and move somwhere that the local government isn't quite so hostile to the locals.
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