The fire station at 7111 Stargrass Road, in Irvington (NE) opened on Sunday with a pancake breakfast and open house, according to a story published by the Omaha World-Herald.
The station actually opened in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the ceremony, the newspaper reported.
At a cost of $1.8 million, the new station houses to fire trucks and an emergency medical truck that response with personnel from the main fire station about six miles away at 9111 Fremont St., the newspaper reported.
The event, hosted by the Irvington Volunteer Fire Department, was attended by hundreds of people, according to the newspaper.
The new fire facility is a satellite fire station that is expected to cut down response times for the 25,000 people in the fire district, the newspaper reported.