Firehouse


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Firehouse

A building for fire equipment and the housing of firefighters. Firehouses are characterized by a combination of features, primarily, a garage and living quarters. Their particular size and shape sets them apart from other buildings.
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The current firehouse has 12-foot-high doors that Marion's fleet of fire engines and ladder trucks scoot under by only a few inches, making navigation out of and back into the building a challenge.
Daryl Adams, president and CEO, Spartan Motors, said, 'The Firehouse Expo offers the ideal opportunity for Spartan to showcase our emergency response vehicle line up and capabilities.
Teaming up with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF), the makers of HORMEL[R] Chili conducted the "America's Best Firehouse Chili Contest" over a three-month period to discover the best firehouse chili recipe in America.
Firehouse Expo gives fire service professionals at all stages of their career something new to learn and experience that they can use to help their communities back home.
The area around the firehouse had "more fires per block than anywhere else in the city,'' according to Preservation Worcester Director Jim Igoe, who was quoted in a National Trust for Historic Preservation story at the time.
From '94 until maybe '98 or '99, Chris was still working as a firefighter and didn't make anything [from Firehouse Subs].
Riots broke out after the protesters swarmed the firehouse after a community meeting.
For providing live and broadcast audio distribution, the New York-based rental and production company Firehouse Productions used a 154-channel Riedel RockNet system.
Before the ceremony, Obama visited the nearby First Precinct Police Station and the Engine 54 firehouse nicknamed ''Pride of Manhattan'' that lost 15 of its firefighters during the attacks, providing appreciation and encouragement.