a building in which firefighting apparatus and usually fire department personnel are housed; firehouse.
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How to use fire station in a sentence
By midnight, a crowd of hundreds gathered by the police and fire stations, waiting for Ed and the children to return.
Public spaces from fire stations to beaches, from bars to hotels were segregated.My Father's Life Was Shaped by Racism. So Was His Death | Savala Nolan | July 16, 2021 | Time
In addition to overseeing a large-scale project to rebuild campgrounds and roads, she was responsible for reforestation, watershed repair, invasive species monitoring, building a new fire station, and preparing for inevitable future fires.
For instance, the City of Worcester had them in all the fire stations.
“This could mean building apartments on top of new libraries and fire stations,” Gloria said.7 Big Promises and Priorities From Gloria’s State of the City Address | Lisa Halverstadt and MacKenzie Elmer | January 14, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
They were across the street from a fire station, close enough for his daughter to yell for help.
“Think about a fire truck at the local fire station in your neighborhood,” Thompson told the magazine.The American Ebola Rescue Plan Hinges on One Company. Meet Phoenix. | Abby Haglage | November 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
We locked the gate behind us, opening it only to use the bathroom in the Dickensian fire station across the street.
This was barely accomplished when the hurried cab was heard to pull up at the neighbouring fire-station.Life in the Red Brigade | R.M. Ballantyne
He knew that the first who should convey the alarm of fire to a fire-station would receive a shilling for his exertions.Life in the Red Brigade | R.M. Ballantyne
Several exciting escapes were witnessed in the Market Square, and shells fell thickly in the vicinity of the fire station.The Siege of Kimberley | T. Phelan
It was an old fire station before they put the new one on Goat Mountain.The Breaking Point | Mary Roberts Rinehart
Britt and his people took blankets from the fire station, and established makeshift camps down in the fringe of the trees.King Spruce, A Novel | Holman Day
British Dictionary definitions for fire station
a building where firefighting vehicles and equipment are stationed and where firefighters on duty wait: Also called (US): firehouse, station house
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