One of the hardest working fire stations in the city, is at it again, being good humanitarians and giving that helping hand.
I-Witness watched Engine No, 8 work for two days, almost non-stop running out in the streets to help folks during the flooding, yes, it’s their job but they work hard.
Firefighters are truly special people. They are our first line to public safety and we as tax payers could never begin to pay them enough money for what they do.
Engine House No, 8 was out on Silver Spring Drive collecting money for Jerry Lewis’s Kids for the upcoming Labor Day Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. Fire Fighters, Dan Cashin and Dave Czajkowski with fire boot in hand, were working it, out hustling for Jerry’s kids and they were proud to do it.
I-Witness just wanted to thank you for all that you do.
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