Port Waikato Fire Brigade October Roundup

By Leah Fry
After a very slow September, things picked up a little for October. The month started with a residential shed fire and rounded off with three medical call outs. We attended Art @ the Port with our First Response ute and are busy getting ready for our annual Port Waikato Challenge fun run. Day light saving and warming weather will see an increase of visitors to the Port so drive carefully or we may start to see some vehicle accidents.  We are of course gearing up for a hot, dry summer!
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