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    There are three of approximately thirty short videos produced by the Aurora Regional Fire Museum for their exhibit "Getting There • Getting Water • Getting Rescued 150 years of the tools and technology used to fight fires and save lives."

    The museums new exhibit, traces the evolution of the tools and technology used by firefighters. Visitors can pass a leather fire bucket from the early 1800s. Snap closed an authentic "quick-hitch" fire horse collar. Discover what was found under the floor boards of the old central fire station. Marvel at the strange looking Vajen-Bader smoke mask. Explore the differences in fire hose nozzles. Learn why some pieces of fire apparatus are called combinations, triples, quads, or quints. See and hear how modern fire engines clear the streets with sirens, air horns, and devices that change traffic lights green. Watch vintage film clips of firefighters and fire engines on one of five video touch-screens. All this in addition to five pieces of fire apparatus on display in a fully restored 1894 fire station.

    Fore more information see: www.AuroraRegionalFireMuseum.org
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    There are five of approximately thirty short videos produced by the Aurora Regional Fire Museum for their exhibit "Getting There • Getting Water • Getting Rescued 150 years of the tools and technology used to fight fires and save lives."

    The museums new exhibit, traces the evolution of the tools and technology used by firefighters. Visitors can pass a leather fire bucket from the early 1800s. Snap closed an authentic "quick-hitch" fire horse collar. Discover what was found under the floor boards of the old central fire station. Marvel at the strange looking Vajen-Bader smoke mask. Explore the differences in fire hose nozzles. Learn why some pieces of fire apparatus are called combinations, triples, quads, or quints. See and hear how modern fire engines clear the streets with sirens, air horns, and devices that change traffic lights green. Watch vintage film clips of firefighters and fire engines on one of five video touch-screens. All this in addition to five pieces of fire apparatus on display in a fully restored 1894 fire station.

    Fore more information see: www.AuroraRegionalFireMuseum.org
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    There are five of approximately thirty short videos produced by the Aurora Regional Fire Museum for their exhibit "Getting There • Getting Water • Getting Rescued 150 years of the tools and technology
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    There are five of approximately thirty short videos produced by the Aurora Regional Fire Museum for their exhibit "Getting There • Getting Water • Getting Rescued 150 years of the tools and technology used to fight fires and save lives."

    The museums new exhibit, traces the evolution of the tools and technology used by firefighters. Visitors can pass a leather fire bucket from the early 1800s. Snap closed an authentic "quick-hitch" fire horse collar. Discover what was found under the floor boards of the old central fire station. Marvel at the strange looking Vajen-Bader smoke mask. Explore the differences in fire hose nozzles. Learn why some pieces of fire apparatus are called combinations, triples, quads, or quints. See and hear how modern fire engines clear the streets with sirens, air horns, and devices that change traffic lights green. Watch vintage film clips of firefighters and fire engines on one of five video touch-screens. All this in addition to five pieces of fire apparatus on display in a fully restored 1894 fire station.

    Fore more information see:
    www.AuroraRegionalFireMuseum.org
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    There are five of approximately thirty short videos produced by the Aurora Regional Fire Museum for their exhibit "Getting There • Getting Water • Getting Rescued 150 years of the tools and technology used to
    fight fires and save lives."

    The museums new exhibit, traces the evolution of the tools and technology used by firefighters. Visitors can pass a leather fire bucket from the early 1800s. Snap closed an authentic "quick-hitch" fire horse collar. Discover what was found under the floor boards of the old central fire station. Marvel at the strange looking Vajen-Bader smoke mask. Explore the differences in fire hose nozzles. Learn why some pieces of fire apparatus are called combinations, triples, quads, or quints. See and hear how modern fire engines clear the streets with sirens, air horns, and devices that change traffic lights green. Watch vintage film clips of firefighters and fire engines on one of five video touch-screens. All this in addition to five pieces of fire apparatus on display in a fully restored 1894 fire station.

    Fore more information see:
    www.AuroraRegionalFireMuseum.org
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