Broken Arrow (OK) Celebrates Fire Station

Broken Arrow celebrated with the last beam added to the fire station, reports Public Radio Tulsa.

Due to COVID-19, officials were not able to hold a ground breaking ceremony.

Bonds voters approved in 2011 and 2014 paid for about three-fourths of the roughly $4 million cost of building.

The new fire station is expected to open in April. The new station will house a fire engine, ambulance and brush truck. 

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