Ashland (OH) Fire Station Begins Dispatch Service

Ashland's second fire station has started dispatching vehicles.

Ashland’s second fire station has started dispatching vehicles, reports Ashland Source.

Since July, the fire station began dispatching its newly donated fire truck and an ambulance while there remain a few finishing touches on the $2.85 million project.

Construction started on the fire station in October and was completed in late June. The 12,000 square-foot facility features a two-and-a-half bay garage, a mezzanine and equipment platform, administrative spaces and living quarters.

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