The children had a chance to briefly sit in a fire truck. Here a child is lifted by Cal Fire firefighter Coleman Wight from the Bass Lake station.
The children had a chance to briefly sit in a fire truck. Here a child is lifted by Cal Fire firefighter Coleman Wight from the Bass Lake station. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star
The children had a chance to briefly sit in a fire truck. Here a child is lifted by Cal Fire firefighter Coleman Wight from the Bass Lake station. Morgan Voorhis Sierra Star

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June 15, 2017 09:33 AM

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