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Who Will Save Us? A Video Introduction: Sounding The Alarm

Who Will Save Us? A three-part investigative report. Video Introduction: Sounding The Alarm Part 1: The Volunteer Firefighter Drain One volunteer’s weekend illustrates the intense pressure, immense time and constant personal sacrifice required to serve. Part 2: Free Isn’t Without A Hefty Price Volunteers grapple with funding and consolidation while sitting on tens of millions…

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Consolidation is the obvious solution. No brainer. Too many big egos. Everyone wants to be chief but not enough Indians.

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