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Las Vegas Opens New Fire Station


The city of Las Vegas opened a new fire station Tuesday to serve the downtown area.

The station is at 1888 Stella Lake Street, which is near Lake Mead and Martin Luther King Boulevards. City Councilman Ricki Barlow, who represents the area on the city council, joined Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, and Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Chief Mike Myers for the opening of the new station.

The facility is 7,800 square feet and includes two bays. One engine and one rescue unit will be housed at the station. Six paramedics, six firefighters, three captains and three engineers will also be assigned to the station. The project cost about $4 million to complete.


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