Fire Fighters in the News – October 19, 2018

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Story credit: Tukwila Reporter

Puget Sound Fire Fighters

Five Puget Sound area Fire Stations Came Together and Participated in Operation Warm

“This year, five Puget Sound area fire stations came together and participated in Operation Warm, according to James Booth, treasurer for the Tukwila Firefighters Local 2088.”

“He said Tukwila Fire, Puget Sound Regional Fire, Renton Regional Fire, Port of Seattle Fire and South King Fire and Rescue, all came together at Valley View Early Learning in SeaTac to hand out some of the 300 coats they had to kids in need…”

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Story credit: 8KPAXMissoula Rural Fire District

The Missoula Rural Fire District Appears on the Morning News to Announce Their Biggest Event of the Year

“Once again this year local firefighters are looking to help kids stay warm during Montana’s cold winter months.”

“The Missoula Rural Fire District will be giving out coats to 250 kids at the first event which is set for October 30 at Head Start Missoula.”

“Firefighter Max Kottwitz stopped our studios on Wednesday morning to explain more about Operation Warm and why it’s so important to the community.”

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