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St Elizabeth Fire Divison Commemorates 85 years of Service

Roundabout JA | November 4, 2019
The St. Elizabeth Fire Division commemorated 85 years of service to the parish with an open house at the Black River Fire Station. The event also coincided with the Jamaica Fire Brigade’s JFB National Fire Safety Awareness Week, being observed under the theme ‘Mek Wi Fix It – Community First’. Listen to RAJA to learn more.
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