Engine House 30 Receives Latest Training Resource

Liberty Mutual Insurance sponsors the installation of FIRE RESCUE TV in St. Louis Engine House 30

February 11, 2013 | 2 min reading time

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WHO:  The St. Louis Fire Department Engine House 30

Liberty Mutual Insurance

WHAT:Firefighters receive the latest training resource, FIRE RESCUE TV

WHEN:Tuesday, February 12, 2013, at 10 a.m.

WHERE:St. Louis Fire Department Engine House 30

541 DeBaliviere Avenue

St. Louis, MO  63112


Liberty Mutual Insurance has sponsored the installation of FIRE RESCUE TV in St. Louis Engine House 30.

FIRE RESCUE TV is a private and custom television network of 24 hour a day training and up to the minute updates on emergencies happening around the world.  The network is delivered via digital signage.  There is a 52-inch computer screen and a computer tower behind it that communicates with the host in Virginia Beach, VA.  Engine House 30 is the first fire station in the state of Missouri to have FIRE RESCUE TV.

Representatives of Liberty Mutual Insurance will be on hand to meet with firefighters and view the latest training resource.

For more information, contact Captain Dan Sutter, PIO, (314) 387-1591.


Department of Public Safety

City of St. Louis  


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