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Area could get hazmat team closer to home

1:21 AM, May 17, 2013
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Wisconsin Rapids residents could benefit from a statewide reorganization of hazardous material teams.

Increased funding and training opportunities as well as decreased emergency response times are three of the benefits residents could expect, if the proposed plan goes through, Wisconsin Rapids Fire Chief Dave Kerkman said.

If Marshfield and Wisconsin Rapids officials approve the proposal, the city's two fire departments would operate as a hazardous material response team for the state, Kerkman said. ...

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