Fort Lauderdale Fire

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Broward County Uniform Station Numbering - Numbering Template
... Number Location Department 1 Dania Beach Broward County Sheriff's Office 2 Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue 3 Fort Lauderdale Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue 4 Deerfield Beach ... Broward County Sheriff's Office 37 Lauderdale Lakes Broward County Sheriff's Office 38 Davie Davie Fire Rescue 39 Sunrise Sunrise Fire-Rescue 40 Hollywood Hollywood Fire-Rescue 41. 83) Davie Fire-Rescue 87 Oakland Park Oakland Park Fire-Rescue 88 Fort Lauderdale (Closed, units moved to Station 53) Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue 89 Pembroke Pines ...
Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue - History
... a large conflagration destroyed a large portion of what is now the downtown core of Fort Lauderdale ... The fire which destroyed all but 3 buildings in the previously bustling downtown business district prompted the city to purchase its first fire equipment consisting of a chemical extinguisher ... Unique to Fort Lauderdale was that the fire department never had horse drawn apparatus ...
Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue - History - Historic Fires and Emergencies - Major Responses Outside The City
... Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue routinely provides assistance to cities in Broward County through mutual aid and automatic aid service agreements ... Throughout the history of the department, Fort Lauderdale Fire-Rescue units have also responded to several major emergencies outside the city limits as part of these mutual and automatic aid agreements ... May 16, 1954, an explosion and fire rocks the Trumball Asphalt plant located inside Port Everglades ...

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