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Greenwood Fire Department Gets New Gear

<p>PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD</p><p>Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteers Aaron Holtz-Phillips, left, and Kyle Crowley examine new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.</p>

PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD

Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteers Aaron Holtz-Phillips, left, and Kyle Crowley examine new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.

<p>PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD</p><p>Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteer Danny King checks out new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.</p>

PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD

Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteer Danny King checks out new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.

PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD

Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteers Aaron Holtz-Phillips, left, and Kyle Crowley examine new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.

PHOTO BY BRIAN D. SANDERFORD

Greenwood Rural Fire Department volunteer Danny King checks out new turnout gear issued on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. Chief Duane Logsdon said the department received an Assistance to Firefighters grant through FEMA for $71,000. The new gear with safety improvements included boots, coats, helmets and structure and wildland turnout equipment for 28 firefighters. Logsdon said the departments annual budget is $30,000 and that this equipment will provide better safety for the firefighters.

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