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  • The last fire I watched, I saw fire trucks from other cities in Hurst. Why?

  • What is the average response time in the City of Hurst for a fire truck?

  • How many fire stations are there in Hurst?

  • I have seen a fire truck with its lights and siren on go through an intersection, then turn its lights off. Why?

  • A fire truck, ambulance, or police car is approaching with its lights and sirens on. What should I do?

  • What can a Paramedic do for the sick or injured?

  • Why does a fire truck show up when I call 9-1-1 for an ambulance?

  • What information should I give the call taker when I call 9-1-1?

  • When is Fire Prevention Week and the Hurst Fire Department Open House?

  • What do I have to do to become a firefighter?

  • Who is in charge of finding out how fires start in Hurst?

  • Why does the Hurst Fire Department have red fire trucks?

  • Where can I find the Hurst Fire Administration building?

  • How do I make my home and family safer?

  • Have you ever saved someone?