Sirens & Gavels

Fire crews wear pink for breast cancer

Spokane Valley firefighters are taking part in a national emergency responder campaign aimed at supporting breast cancer research. 

Firefighters will wearing pink t-shirts with the Spokane Valley Fire Department logo on Oct. 25 - Oct. 27. Crews ordered 70 extra shirts that were sold to family and friends.

The fire department will donate $5 for each shirt worn to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

"Together we can raise awareness about this devastating disease and make an impact in our community by committing to regular screenings," Bill Clifford said in a news release.

The Northern Lakes Fire Station in Hayden, Idaho, is selling similar t-shirts.




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