Six Nations Fire Station 3 Re-opens

Six Nations Fire Station 3 on Cayuga Road has re-opened after vandals hit the station breaking through a wall and stealing equipment. Fire Chief Matthew Miller said Six Nations Fire and Emergency Services (SNFES) have been hard at work repairing the damage and replacing the stolen equipment, The station has been closed since the break-in, during which time SNFES have had two major fires occur in First Station 3’s district. Fire Chief Miller said they are thankful to report that there were no injuries as a result of those fires. In a statement released via Facebook, SNFES say that there was just under $250,000 of damage and theft done to the station and the fire trucks in the station. “As a result of this,” The statement says. “In addition to…

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