Thursday, July 24th, 2014

Yuma’s Fire Station Number One Dedicated

Yuma-Fire-DepartmentThe opening and dedication of Yuma’s sixth fire station was held on Wednesday.  It is named after E.F. Sanguinetti, a man who made important contributions to Yuma's history. 

Yuma Fire Department Public Information Officer Mike Efert says although the building is named in honor of Sanguinetti, officials said it is also dedicated to the Yuma community.

Fire Station Number One stands on Third Avenue at the site of two other buildings that served the community, the Second Avenue Grammar School that ironically burned down in 1952, and a previous fire station.

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