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Nassau County dedicates new fire station in Yulee

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Nassau County dedicated a new fire station in Yulee Tuesday afternoon. Nassau County Fire Rescue Station 71 is located at 96262 Chester Road. "Fire station 71 is by far the crown jewel of the Nassau County Fire Rescue Department and one that all Nassau County citizens can be proud of," Nassau County Fire Chief Brady Rigdon said. "Several of our members have been involved in the design, which has been ongoing for several years, and the men and women of our department are thrilled to see it finally completed."
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I-95 at 8th Street reopened after semi-truck crash

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department responded to a crash involving two semi-trucks on I-95 in the Urban Core area. The crash happened in the southbound lanes of I-95 at the 8th Street West Exit, according to the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department. One person was trapped...
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JSO: 2 drive themselves to nearby fire station after being shot

JACKSONVILLE, Florida — Two men were wounded in a shooting Tuesday evening in the Hyde Park area of Jacksonville, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office. At about 6:06 p.m., police were called to Station 22 of the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department in the 2000 block of Jammes Road for two men in their 20s who came to the station after being shot, JSO said.
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JSO finds both subjects in possible kidnapping

JACKSONVILLE, Fla — The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office found both subjects in a potential kidnapping Tuesday afternoon. JSO says in the early morning hours of Tuesday, officers responded to the 300 block of Caravan Circle, where a witness says they heard a woman screaming and struggling with a man as she appeared to be forced into a small white sedan that drove away.
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Lake City Police holding 'Cuffing Cancer Cookout' to raise funds for officer diagnosed with lymphoma

LAKE CITY, Fla. — The Lake City Police Department is continuing its efforts to help support an officer who was diagnosed with lymphoma earlier this year. According to a GoFundMe campaign shared by the police department on Facebook, 23-year-old Officer Taylor Sapp is taking some time from serving her city while she recovers. Sapp is described as a "loving daughter, sister and friend."