Dayton, Tenn., firefighter Nathan Green demonstrates how they'd use the Glas-Master on the laminated windshield of a vehicle.  The department recently purchased an assortment of rescue equipment, obtained with a $10,000 Governor's Highway Safety Office grant.  The assortment included bolt cutters, chains, Stokes basket, stabilization jack, helmets, traffic cones, window punch for tempered glass.
Photo by Kimberly McMillian
Dayton, Tenn., firefighter Nathan Green demonstrates how they'd use the Glas-Master on the laminated windshield of a vehicle. The department recently purchased an assortment of rescue equipment, obtained with a $10,000 Governor's Highway Safety Office grant. The assortment included bolt cutters, chains, Stokes basket, stabilization jack, helmets, traffic cones, window punch for tempered glass. Photo by Kimberly McMillian
published Wednesday, August 7th, 2013
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DAYTON, Tenn. — Dayton’s fire and police chiefs asked the City Council this week to approve the purchase of a number of big-ticket items.

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