In its first study to redistribute equipment in 25 years, the city of Dallas has decided that one of the fire trucks from Station 11 on Cedar Springs Road should be sent to south Oak Cliff near Duncanville.
Oak Lawn residents responded with a Facebook page and urged calls to Councilwoman Angela Hunt, whose district includes that side of Cedar Spring Road. The Facebook page Save DFD Truck 11 had about 500 “likes” by Friday morning. A Blogspot website has also been created.
A video report from WFAA is below.
From the “Save Truck 11” website:
Why is this important?
For over 100 years, Truck 11 has faithfully served the Cedar Springs community: A densely populated neighborhood filled with high rise buildings, multi-unit apartment complexes, shopping centers, complex streets, hotels, restaurants, schools, hospitals, and homes. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year Truck 11 stands ready to rapidly respond whenever called upon to assist you. Truck 11 is staffed by a diverse mix of highly skilled personnel who have chosen to work in and serve this community by providing the high level of protection and assistance you deserve and have come to expect. The crews of Truck 11, through years of experience and dedication, know this area: the streets, the buildings, and you, the people.
To contact Hunt: