29 Palms Rotary Club and San Felipe, Mexico Fire Department Swap Ambulances in Collaborative Exchange
Here, you will catch some information that could be eye-catching because of the reason. However, no one can not estimate. What things could happen at the time? No one knows, it happened in Mexico.
The San Felipe Fire Department requested San Bernardino County Fire in 2021. The seaside town could no longer be served by its outdated ambulance due to its state of deterioration.
Former member of the 29 Palms Rotary Club and current deputy fire chief Scott Tuttle requested that the 29 Palms Rotary Club assume ownership of an abandoned ambulance and donate it to them. On December 5, after the paperwork was finally finished, the ambulance exchange happened at the 29 Palms Fire Station.
The Mayor, Fire Chief, City Manager, Council Member, and San Felipe Rotary President were among the representatives from San Felipe.
Tuttle and County Fire personnel were joined by 29 Palms Rotary President Danny Mintz, Past President Liz Meyer, and club members to welcome the visiting guests. The ambulance was turned over and departed Twentynine Palms for San Felipe after a brief ceremony.
Let’s see about the solution. The fire department is finding the clue, all the reasons may be invalid because anybody can not control the fire. Other things depend on the whole fire department. they will find the true reason.