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Fire Chief Mike Murphy, from left, Assistant Police Chief Dave Baer, and Police Don Hunter. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe.

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Fire Chief Mike Murphy, from left, Assistant Police Chief Dave Baer, and Police Don Hunter. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe.

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Fire Chief Mike Murphy, from left, Assistant Police Chief Dave Baer, and Police Don Hunter. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe.
  • The control panel, with valves and gauges, on the MIFD's Tower 50 truck. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Rescue Lt. James Jay of the MIFD. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Fire hoses sit coiled and ready for use. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent
  • Fire Medic Grady Harrison, from left, Firefighter/Paramedic Christian Holmes, and Rescue Lt. James Jay at Fire Station 50. Marco Island's police and fire-rescue departments are asking for the tools they say are needed to keep islanders safe. Lance Shearer/Eagle Correspondent

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