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SYLVANIA, OH (Toledo News Now) -
has been one month since the Sylvania Fire Department opened Fire Station One. Firefighters
there are saying it's a big improvement from the old station.
far, First Station One has responded to 75 EMS calls, 25 fire calls and 160
life squad calls since opening on Nov. 7.
Chief Jeff Kowalski says they see about a 5 percent increase each year in the
number of calls they respond to. This year, he expects to see a 6-7 percent
this increase in calls, the firefighters are grateful for the new station.
approach was out front," Ian Kelsey said of their former station. "We actually
had to come up a hill and you couldn't really see over the railroad tracks and
everything. And now the building is actually raised up so we can actually see
what's coming from our west."
think the guys enjoy the building. I think it's a big – a huge – improvement from
the old station," said Chief Kowalski. "The architect did a great job in
designing the building for firefighters, not trying to fit firefighters into an