The firing line
by The Anniston Star Editorial Board
Mar 11, 2013 | 2166 views |  0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
A fire that broke out mid-afternoon Saturday consumed an old building belonging to the local ServiceMaster office, address 2 W. Third Street. Smoke from the burning structure can be seen rising from behind an uninvolved larger brick structure to the right. (Anniston Star photo by Trent Penny)
A fire that broke out mid-afternoon Saturday consumed an old building belonging to the local ServiceMaster office, address 2 W. Third Street. Smoke from the burning structure can be seen rising from behind an uninvolved larger brick structure to the right. (Anniston Star photo by Trent Penny)
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Job-seekers, wanna be a firefighter? If so, then take a look at what the Anniston Fire Department had to do Saturday evening.

Down on Noble Street, the entire department fought a blaze in a 100-year-old building that threatened other surrounding structures. It was the real deal — with real dangers.

Whether in small towns or large cities, firefighters are worth every penny — and more — when their services are needed.

Anniston’s firefighters earned their keep this weekend. We’re lucky to have them.
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