Construction begins on $3.1 million fire station upgrade in north Durango

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Construction begins on $3.1 million fire station upgrade in north Durango

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Fire Chief Hal Doughty holds a rendering of what Fire Station No. 3 will look like after it is expanded and remodeled. The station on east 32nd Street covers northern Durango, and the expansion was needed to serve a growing number of emergency calls. Durango Fire Protection District held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday to celebrate the station.
Doughty
The kitchen at the Durango Fire Protection District Station No. 3 on east 32nd Street is big enough for two people work in together.
The Durango Fire Protection District board of directors and others took part in a groundbreaking ceremony Monday to celebrate a major expansion of Fire Station No. 3 on east 32nd Street.

Construction begins on $3.1 million fire station upgrade in north Durango

Fire Chief Hal Doughty holds a rendering of what Fire Station No. 3 will look like after it is expanded and remodeled. The station on east 32nd Street covers northern Durango, and the expansion was needed to serve a growing number of emergency calls. Durango Fire Protection District held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday to celebrate the station.
Doughty
The kitchen at the Durango Fire Protection District Station No. 3 on east 32nd Street is big enough for two people work in together.
The Durango Fire Protection District board of directors and others took part in a groundbreaking ceremony Monday to celebrate a major expansion of Fire Station No. 3 on east 32nd Street.

Construction begins on $3.1 million fire station upgrade in north Durango

Capt. Justin Wickes with Durango Fire Protection District talks about how the staff at Station No. 3 sometimes pulls out the fire trucks from of their bays when they want to workout. The new station will have a dedicated workout room.
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