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Toronto Fire Communications Shift 1 was the award recipient for their work on a 4th alarm fire which occurred in 2016. It takes a whole team to assist at large scale emergencies.
Mayor John Tory, Deputy City Manager John Livey and Interim Fire Chief Matthew Pegg welcomed 20 new recruits and three newly appointed fire protection engineers at a ceremony.
The annual Anchors Aweigh charity relay race between Toronto Fire, Toronto Police, Toronto Medics and the Royal Canadian Navy took place at Ricoh Coliseum.
Speaking to CityTV's Pam Seatle, Interim Chief Pegg talks about what help is available to staff when dealing with a distressing calls such as a man severely burned by hot tar.