County emergency crews work non-stop during ice storm
By Stevie L. Daugherty
Monday, February 9, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Emergency service personnel throughout the city and county have been working morning, noon and night trying to keep Marion Countians safe during Mother Nature's icy rage this past week. Impassable roads, downed trees and power lines, fires and many other emergency calls have kept Marion County EMS, Marion County Rescue Squad, city and county police departments and the city and county fire departments extremely busy.
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