A man in Oklahoma City recently learned the hard way that it isn’t smart to steal a fire truck.
“They’re supposed to do an evacuation on a periodic basis,” he said. “In order to facilitate filling the place to somewhat of a capacity, 1,000 or so [people],” a safety festival seemed appropriate.
Oklahoma City voters will choose between proposals from the city and the firefighters’ union Jan. 10.
Oklahoma City Fire Department needed a new operations district chief and hired the right woman for the job.
His research and understanding of the subject matter are reflected in his grasp of the issue. I appreciate his approach that informs rather than influences the reader. Please pass along my thanks for his coverage. —Keith Bryant Oklahoma City Bryant is chief of the Oklahoma City Fire Department.