About 150 people attended a May 9 open house at the Cambria Fire Department station on Burton Drive, including lots of youngsters who got to climb on a 1933 Dodge fire wagon, nosh on burgers and hot dogs, and accumulate firefighter swag (ittle fire helmets, water conservation hats, fire-safety coloring books, stickers and pencils). From left, Hunter and River Torlano, sons of Fire Capt. Emily Torlano, took their lessons from mom.
About 150 people attended a May 9 open house at the Cambria Fire Department station on Burton Drive, including lots of youngsters who got to climb on a 1933 Dodge fire wagon, nosh on burgers and hot dogs, and accumulate firefighter swag (ittle fire helmets, water conservation hats, fire-safety coloring books, stickers and pencils). From left, Hunter and River Torlano, sons of Fire Capt. Emily Torlano, took their lessons from mom. Special to The Cambrian
About 150 people attended a May 9 open house at the Cambria Fire Department station on Burton Drive, including lots of youngsters who got to climb on a 1933 Dodge fire wagon, nosh on burgers and hot dogs, and accumulate firefighter swag (ittle fire helmets, water conservation hats, fire-safety coloring books, stickers and pencils). From left, Hunter and River Torlano, sons of Fire Capt. Emily Torlano, took their lessons from mom. Special to The Cambrian

Cambrians take lead in fire preparedness

May 13, 2015 12:23 PM