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Firefighters help clean hospital

Shayal Devi
Friday, May 16, 2014

NATIONAL Fire Authority personnel helped staff members of Lautoka Hospital in a general clean-up as part of their corporate social responsibility, says CEO John O'Connor.

"About 25 of our staff helped in the clean-up on Wednesday," he said.

"Some of our staff had been going to the hospital to visit their families and they found out that the hospital needed some help in cleaning up.

"That's when we approached the administrators to ask if we could help out and they gave us their approval to do so."

Firefighters who were on and off duty lent a hand yesterday morning and Mr O'Connor said the clean-up was also a part of NFA's quarterly community project.

"We all have a target that we will complete at least one community project."








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