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Lauderhill Public Safety Team Delivers to Skilled Nursing & Assisted Living Facilities in the City

Fire Inspector Laura Lillie delivers boxed supplies to two women 

The Fire Chief and his staff made emphatic requests that additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), including gowns, masks, and gloves, be made available for our Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living Facilities. Last week, members of the Lauderhill Fire Department picked up a large supply of PPEs from Broward County Emergency Management Division. 

The much-needed equipment was happily received by nineteen facilities, which were running critically low on gear. We appreciate our first responders, who rise to the occasion and selflessly serve the residents and business community.

Fire Inspector Sheniqua Johnson delivers boxed supplies to nurse

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