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Leaders break ground on fire station in Jefferson City

Officials broke ground at a new fire station in Jefferson City on Friday.

The $2.2 million facility replaces the current Station #3, which was built in 1966.

The new location on Highway 179 between West Main and Cherry Creek Court is expected to cut response times by an average 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

The new building has a storm shelter and can serve as a backup spot for the local 911 center. The station is also the first in the area to have separate men and women’s housing.

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