Southend Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ken Herron, left, cleans the side of their Ford F-550 brush truck with the help of volunteer firefighter Bobby Van Rohr. The department can no longer conduct fundraising "roadblocks" as they have in the past and hope the loss of revenue can be made up another way.
Southend Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ken Herron, left, cleans the side of their Ford F-550 brush truck with the help of volunteer firefighter Bobby Van Rohr. The department can no longer conduct fundraising "roadblocks" as they have in the past and hope the loss of revenue can be made up another way.
Photo by Tim Barber .
published Monday, December 9th, 2013
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It's not easy to run a volunteer fire department when your best source of income comes from fundraising roadblocks that now have drawn the attention of Tennessee state troopers.

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