Junction City (KY) Fire Department Moves into New Station

The department upon moving into the new station. Photo via Facebook.

The Junction City (KY) Fire Department recently moved into its new station at the city’s municipal building on Shelby Street, reports amnews.com.

It was fortuitous timing, as the next night the crew answered its first emergency call from the new digs.

Fire officials also asked city council to approve spending some of the department’s surplus state aid money on an electronic key-pad lock, e-dispatch computer program, and an emergency reporting system. The council unanimously approved the purchases.

The key-pad lock had already been bought; the e-dispatch costs $583 a year; and the emergency reporting system costs $958 a year.

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