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DVFD is looking for donations

 


Dalton Volunteer Fire Department proudly announced a new generation of trained emergency medical technicians. These Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) have undergone rigorous training including course work, hands-on training and continuing education.

The rescue unit known as “Dalton 99” usually goes to all fires, accidents and other rescue calls for sickness and injury. During the 2015-16 years they responded to 14 fires and 25 rescue calls.

With all of the new EMTs the Dalton Volunteer Fire Department is asking for donations to update their old rescue unit with a newer and more reliable one. The newer unit will ensure the team is able to adequately respond to each time someone calls for help. The current rescue unit is 25-years-old and has a lot of mechanical issues.

All donations received will go towards updating the Dalton rescue unit. If one is interested in making a donation send it to: Dalton Volunteer-Fire Department, C/O Shad Benish, P.O. Box 261, Dalton, Neb. 69131.

 

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