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Grant helps TFD breathe easy

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A gift to the Tucson Fire Department will help their investigators breathe easier.

Today TFD showed off five air packs they bought with a grant from Firehouse Subs.

The new industrial self-contained breathing apparatuses are for firefighters who go in to investigate a fire after its out.

Toxic gasses can still endanger the health of crews as they pick through the damage.

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