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In light of these unprecedented times, the officers and firefighters of the Town Line Volunteer Fire Department have been working diligently to prepare ourselves to handle whatever the next days, weeks, and month should bring. We assure you that our services will not change in the foreseen future and have instituted a revised response plan to protect not only our firefighters, but also the community we serve. Should you need emergency services for any reason, please do not hesitate to contact 911. Our dispatchers may ask you a series of questions to screen for a possible coronavirus infection so we can better prepare ourselves and take precautions on the way to you. We will also be asking these questions when we reach your location and, if you are able, we appreciate you coming to the door or sending someone to greet us. If you are experiencing any symptoms of cough, fever, and/or shortness of breath or you have been in contact with someone who has been confirmed to be infected, please contact your primary care physician for further steps and information. If you are having severe breathing problems, please do not hesitate to dial 911. We know there is a lot of overwhelming information being shared on social media and on the news. Please be wary of any information you may read and consider its source. Credible sources for the most up to date information are, and Remember, these are difficult times for all of us. Please be kind to others, stay home whenever possible, check on your elderly or ill neighbors and family to see if they need anything, wash your hands often, and don't use too much toilet paper 📷


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