Pasco County (FL) to Break Ground on Fire Station

Pasco County is breaking ground on a fire station that will be a 16,000 square foot facility including full living quarters and four bays for emergency equipment, reports Bay News 9.

The new fire station will provide quicker emergency response times and will be a hub for specialty fire services. The fire station will include a containment area where firefighters are able to rinse dangerous carcinogens off their bodies and equipment after calls, so those don’t get inside the living quarters.

Pasco Fire will construct four brand new fire stations with funds from Go For Pasco, and will also reconstruct five existing stations as well as its training facility.

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