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Navarre Beach Fire Rescue donates thermal imaging cameras to Munson VFD

| Hansen Hasenberg
Navarre Beach Fire Rescue recently received four new handheld thermal imaging cameras, which will help improve fire rescue effectiveness and safety. The fire department was already in possession of two thermal imaging cameras that still worked but were an older design than the ones they were just received. In lieu of their newfound cameras, NBFR Fire Chief Danny Fureigh decided to pay it forward to another Santa Rosa County fire department, Munson Volunteer Fire Department.
Munson Volunteer Fire Department Fire Chief John King (left) and Navarre Beach Fire Rescue Danny Fureigh (right) pose with thermal imaging cameras at NBFR’s fire station on Utility Drive.

 

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