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Morning at Station 7, the Division of Training. First off, the morning meeting with the Chiefs, Fred and crews pay close attentions. The Chiefs have a location to train, the entire Battalion arrives for this huge opportunity to train at an abandoned Hospital very soon to be demolished to make way for a new one. Division Chief Cardinal and the Battalion Chiefs come up with a plan for a major evolution, all hands on deck. Late afternoon, a call comes in for a structure fire, time for the high-rise pack of a hose bundle. Late night a call comes in, Kasy is driving for the Chief, next, Engine 7 responding to fire, very weird location for a tent and camper; then, it's the same old call at 4:00AM, someone has seen smoke coming for the roof of the hospital from Highway 101; Truck 7 responds.

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