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Metro and COG Fire Chiefs Announce New Fire/Rescue Liaison

Jul 23, 2015

Metro, with support of the COG Fire Chiefs Committee, announced the addition of a full-time fire/rescue liaison in its Rail Operations Control Center. The liaison, a uniformed fire officer, will serve in the “nerve center” of the Metrorail system 40 hours a week to help coordinate emergency communication between Metro and first responders. 

Read more about the fire/rescue liaison in this Metro news release, or view the video recap below from Metro:

 

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