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Interactive safety activities at Fire Rescue open house

10:48 AM, Oct. 16, 2013  |  Comments
De Pere firefighters/paramedics Luke Riedi and Brett Jansen, foreground, lead a demonstration on a stove-top fire during the annual De Pere Fire Rescue open house at the east-side fire station Saturday, Oct. 12. The free event was held on the final day of National Fire Prevention Week with a theme of 'Prevent Kitchen Fires.' Attendees received pot holders with a message of 'Never Walk Away From A Stove While Cooking.'
De Pere firefighters/paramedics Luke Riedi and Brett Jansen, foreground, lead a demonstration on a stove-top fire during the annual De Pere Fire Rescue open house at the east-side fire station Saturday, Oct. 12. The free event was held on the final day of National Fire Prevention Week with a theme of 'Prevent Kitchen Fires.' Attendees received pot holders with a message of 'Never Walk Away From A Stove While Cooking.'
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