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Spanish Fork Ambulance Dept - History - The First Building

The First Building

First BuildingOriginally there was no ambulance building. The department met in the old jail and fire station on Main Street, right across from where the new building now stands. With expansion came the purchase of a second ambulance and the immediate need for a space to house it; the office and training room was moved out the back and the ambulance was kept in this area. Both fire trucks and ambulances were housed in this building, and the civil defense area (for shelter in the event of a bomb threat) was in the basement. However, as time went on, and new and improved trucks became heavier, there was the issue of a possible floor collapse if ever there was an earthquake or similar disaster. A new building for emergency services was definitely needed. The land where the current building now stands was purchased, and the new building erected, housing all three ambulances, plus the fire and rescue trucks, with rooms for training and office space.
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