Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District staff

Capt. Brandon Decker from Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District displays the agency’s Jaws of Life rescue device on April 24.

Through a donation, Timber Mesa Fire and Medical District recently added to its arsenal of tools it uses to protect communities in the White Mountains.

In 2022, TMFMD applied for a grant from the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation and Arizona Public Service’s community grant program.

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