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SANDY: Saratoga firefighters ready

Members of the Saratoga Springs Fire Department assemble outside their Lake Avenue headquarters for a quick briefing on Monday to discuss preparedness for Hurricane Sandy.
Members of the Saratoga Springs Fire Department assemble outside their Lake Avenue headquarters for a quick briefing on Monday to discuss preparedness for Hurricane Sandy.
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Officials in Saratoga Springs are bracing for the effects of wind from Hurricane Sandy. Fire Department Capt. John Kirkpatrick met with firefighters this afternoon outside their Lake Avenue headquarters in anticipation of what they might deal with today. He told the Gazette that this morning they were checking all their power equipment, like saws, generators and portable lights, to make sure they were adequately filled with gas. Kirkpatrick said their biggest concerns revolve around wind ...


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