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In This Issue: Bungalow-Style Stations from the Past; New NJ Eight-Bay Station; Station Reopens After 11 Years
This month, read about a new Willingboro, New Jersey, fire station that combined fire and EMS functions and several fire companies. Also, learn about how Fire Station Outfitters is helping first responders protect themselves during the COVID-19 pandemic. Details are below. — Chris Mc Loone, Editor
These stations are all built of brick with tile roofs and are located in the residential section of the city. All of them except two are considered one-piece stations constructed to house one piece of fire apparatus and one company of from five to seven members.
This video shows in 360 degrees three types of vehicle exhaust systems for clean air inside your fire stations, protecting your firefighters from hazardous diesel fumes. Diesel engines, used in fire trucks, produce a mixture of toxic gases and particulates from the combustion process.