East Hampton (NY) Opens Fire Substation

The East Hampton Fire Department and East Hampton Ambulance Association have moved into a newly completed substation, reports The Independent.

The single-story, 3,800-square-foot building was a $1.4 million project. The building also enables the Fire Department to house more equipment, which is becoming more necessary than ever.

An engine, tanker truck, and brush truck were moved into the four bays as well as the ambulance. There is also a small office and a bathroom, plus 17 parking spaces.

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