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Firefighter Keola Park who you've see on Engine 3, is now part of the water rescue and USAR teams. He starts his day before his shift with a boot in his hand on a busy corner as part of the "Fill the Boot for Jerry's Kids" drive. As soon as he gets to the station, he starts cleaning; he likes clean. 1st call, a gas leak, then, off to water rescue training with the team at the pool...then; they all meet at the river with fast moving currents, for Keola, this is his first time. Afternoon shopping for the next 48 hours, back to the station for a sit down lunch, this is not a really busy station, but it's close to the water. Night, a call comes in, a man is standing on a giant road sign attached to crossing bridge high above the California 99 Highway, and he's cutting his wrists, the road is closed in both ways and he's got an audience.

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