Oakland (CA) Fire Department’s Station 25 Closed; Firefighters Relocated

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The Oakland (CA) Fire Department’s Station 25 was closed over the weekend due to a malfunctioning water heater, and crews were relocated to a nearby station, reports the sfchronicle.com.

Officials say Station 25’s four firefighters were relocated to Station 24, which is 1.9 miles away. The closure came a day after a Red Flag Warning took effect in the area.

Station 25 is located at 2795 Butters Dr., next to Joaquin Miller Park.

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