ANGOLA, IN - The Angola Fire Department has shut down visitation to their station and put a limit of city employees only in their facility.
City fire department officials told the public in a social media post “if any assistance is needed, please call ahead at 665-5555” and a member of the department will come out to offer our assistance. The department will re-evaluate this in 30 days according to Chief Hagerty and hopefully be able to open their doors back up to the public. For emergency assistance, individuals should call 9-1-1.
Hagerty and his team at the AFD remind area residents to “stay safe and stay healthy”.
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