Neighbours of a west-end Toronto fire station say they are worried about their safety after budget cuts forced the station’s closure.
The station near Bloor St. W. and Runnymede Rd. closed its doors Monday after city council voted back in January to reduce the size of Toronto’s fire services fleet earlier this year.
Four fire trucks were also taken out of service Monday from locations across the city.
Residents who live near the west-end station say they are worried that response times will be slower due to the closure.
Leave it to The Star to run with that headline.
Now have a look at Fear Not Facts
And with that I am out for the night. This contract is good for the pocket but bad for blogging. I won’t be back till the wee hours like 4 am…
Black Mamba & Frau Katze will be holding the Fort.