Historical group hope to restore Calif. fire station siren

Memorabilia such as antique fire equipment and photographs will be housed inside the fire station


By Sandra Emerson
The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

UPLAND, Calif. — When the siren on the city's first fire station went off at noon every day in the mid-1960s, Joe Pattison knew it was lunch time for local workers.

At the time, Pattison was attending St. Joseph's Catholic School in Upland, and the siren was used primarily as a lunch bell.

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