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Work begins to replace Colo. station destroyed in fire

The estimated cost to replace the engine and other equipment lost to the Fourmile Fire is about $500,000


By Laura Snider
The Daily Camera

SALINA, Colo. — Construction is set to begin on a new fire station here to replace the one that burned to the ground last September when the Fourmile Fire consumed more than 6,000 acres in Boulder County.

More than a dozen volunteers with the Four Mile Fire Department gathered on the bare patch of land where their Salina station once stood for a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday morning.

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