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    BCFD’s Newest Ladder Truck Will Be Placed “In-Service”

    This unit will serve the community in the South Valley at Station 38 off of Rio Bravo and Prince.

    Firefighters from BCFD's Station 36 Give Station Tour to ASL Academy Students

    Students from Ms. Wendt's 3rd-5th grade class at the Albuquerque Sign Language Academy got a special station tour from BCFD's Station 36 firefighters.
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    BernCo Fire Reminds Residents to be Prepared for Winter Weather Conditions

    Over the past month, Bernalillo County Fire and Rescue has been dispatched to four structure fires and over a dozen motor vehicle crashes in the East Mountains.
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    BernCo Fire Releases Docuseries on Mental Health

    Bernalillo County Fire, in partnership with Bernalillo County Department of Behavioral Health Services, encourages you to watch this incredibly important docuseries about the alternatives to suicide.
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    BernCo Commission Accepts SAFER Grant to Fund Seven Additional Firefighter Positions

    BernCo Commissioners voted to accept a Department of Homeland Security Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response grant to fund seven, full-time, firefighter positions beginning in January 2021.
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    BernCo Fire Department Assists with COVID-19 Testing, Assessments and Mitigation at Adult Care Facilities in State

    The Bernalillo County Fire Department (BCFD) is tasked statewide with assessing and mitigating the coronavirus (COVID-19) impact at long-term adult care healthcare facilities all over New Mexico. This week another 22 additional facilities have been added to the list.
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