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Fire Truck Donation for Kentucky High Schoolers Learning Fire/EMS

High school students in Fairdale, Kentucky, got a special donation recently to help them advance their education as part of the school’s Fire Science/EMS program. The local fire department donated a used fire engine to the program and the donation was celebrated with a traditional “wet down” at the school. Participants in the program graduate as certified volunteer firefighters with 150 hours of state-recognized training and several past grads have been hired by the local fire department.

Check out the video above to learn more about the event from the Jefferson County Public Schools.

Written by First Arriving

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