The Arlington Fire Department on Friday dedicated its new $3.4 million, 10,036-square-foot Fire Station No. 5 at 2921 E. Randol Mill Road, in the Great Southwest Industrial District. The state-of-the-art building is nearly triple the size of the 53-year-old Station 5 that it replaces. The new station also memorializes Capt. Ronnie McAndrew, who died in the line of duty on Nov. 14, 1990.
The Arlington Fire Department on Friday dedicated its new $3.4 million, 10,036-square-foot Fire Station No. 5 at 2921 E. Randol Mill Road, in the Great Southwest Industrial District. The state-of-the-art building is nearly triple the size of the 53-year-old Station 5 that it replaces. The new station also memorializes Capt. Ronnie McAndrew, who died in the line of duty on Nov. 14, 1990. City of Arlington
The Arlington Fire Department on Friday dedicated its new $3.4 million, 10,036-square-foot Fire Station No. 5 at 2921 E. Randol Mill Road, in the Great Southwest Industrial District. The state-of-the-art building is nearly triple the size of the 53-year-old Station 5 that it replaces. The new station also memorializes Capt. Ronnie McAndrew, who died in the line of duty on Nov. 14, 1990. City of Arlington

New Arlington fire station preserves memories of fallen firefighter

June 04, 2016 05:04 PM

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