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Busy shift with Lodi Fire: Dedicated firefighters handle car crashes, blazes

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Posted: Thursday, September 13, 2018 8:30 am

I arrived at the Lodi Fire Department’s Station One on West Elm Street just after 10 a.m. Wednesday for a four-hour ride-along to get an idea of how many calls the firefighters respond to in a day, and barely had time to shake hands with training officer Paul Alvarez before we responded to a traffic collision at the intersection of Turner and Lower Sacramento roads.

Speeding down north on Church Street in a gray Dodge Challenger with the siren blaring, Alvarez slowed as we approached a red light at Turner Road before once again picking up speed.

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