Bluefield (WV) Fire Department’s Station 3 Receives $100K Renovation

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Bluefield (WV) Fire Department’s Station 3 has received a $100,000 renovation that officials say will make it safer and reduce response time, according to a report in WVNSTV.com.

Built in the 1970s, Station 3 had fallen into such bad shape that it was on the verge of being shut down by the city, according to the report. Following two years of planning, it is now “a safe and clean place for Bluefield firefighters”—no more black mold or leaking.

Officials said the revamping would cut down response time “from six or seven minutes to two or three minutes.”

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