Atlanta (GA) Firefighters Beef Up Security

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On the heels of a burglary in southeast Atlanta (GA) at Station 2 that saw six personal vehicles damaged, there will be some short- and long-term help for area firefighters, reports

Concerned citizens have so far raised $1,100 to reduce the cost of replacing the windows, which is about 40% of their goal.

The recent break-in compromised a rear fence gate, so razor wire was added to the station fence. In addition, officials say that stations that do not have surveillance cameras will soon get them, and that each camera must be linked to the police department’s downtown monitoring locations.

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