Alameda firefighter-paramedics Patrick Corder, left, and Armando Baldizan make sure that their equipment is in order in their response truck, out the City Hall West office on Alameda Point on April 5, 2017.
Alameda firefighter-paramedics Patrick Corder, left, and Armando Baldizan make sure that their equipment is in order in their response truck, out the City Hall West office on Alameda Point on April 5, 2017. D. Ross Cameron Special to The Sacramento Bee
Alameda firefighter-paramedics Patrick Corder, left, and Armando Baldizan make sure that their equipment is in order in their response truck, out the City Hall West office on Alameda Point on April 5, 2017. D. Ross Cameron Special to The Sacramento Bee
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August 17, 2017 7:21 PM

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