Wilmington Fire Department builds up stock of lifesaving devices, thanks to Walmart donation


Wilmington Fire Department firefighters / EMTs are happy to have six new thermal imaging cameras which were acquired with a $3,000 donation from Walmart. The WFD now has a total of 10 thermal imaging cameras that are used to help first responders find somebody in a smoke-filled building, said Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason.

Wilmington Fire Department firefighters / EMTs are happy to have six new thermal imaging cameras which were acquired with a $3,000 donation from Walmart. The WFD now has a total of 10 thermal imaging cameras that are used to help first responders find somebody in a smoke-filled building, said Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Wilmington Fire Department firefighters / EMTs are happy to have six new thermal imaging cameras which were acquired with a $3,000 donation from Walmart. The WFD now has a total of 10 thermal imaging cameras that are used to help first responders find somebody in a smoke-filled building, said Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason.

Wilmington Fire Department firefighters / EMTs are happy to have six new thermal imaging cameras which were acquired with a $3,000 donation from Walmart. The WFD now has a total of 10 thermal imaging cameras that are used to help first responders find somebody in a smoke-filled building, said Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/09/web1_walmart_donation_p.jpgWilmington Fire Department firefighters / EMTs are happy to have six new thermal imaging cameras which were acquired with a $3,000 donation from Walmart. The WFD now has a total of 10 thermal imaging cameras that are used to help first responders find somebody in a smoke-filled building, said Wilmington Fire Chief Andy Mason. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal