City OK’s $500k for Cameras in Memphis (TN) Fire Department Stations

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City Council approved $500,000 to provide security cameras at fire houses in each district of the Memphis (TN) Fire Department, reports wmcactionnews.com.

The news comes after multiple vehicle break-ins while firefighters were on duty.

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