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Mansfield Fire Department Bolstered By Four New Firefighters

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/10/2014

The Mansfield Fire Department bolstered its ranks Monday with the hiring of four new firefighters. The new hires are Bill Fiala, Ryan Osborne, Isaiah Finley and Christopher Sacramone.

A swearing in ceremony was held at the Central Fire Station at 140 East Third Street where Mansfield Service-Safety Director Lori Cope administered the oath of office.

Mansfield Fire Chief Steven Strickling says youth and new techniques in training are two things the quartet is bringing to the department and the new firefighters all say they're looking forward to their new jobs with the force.

The Mansfield Fire Department's authorized strength is 106 members and the department is now at 90 with the new hires. Strickling says the department is now at 18 people they have on the streets each day to protect and serve the citizens of Mansfield.

   
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