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Old Fire Station No. 5 in 1949

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1949 photo of old Fire Station No. 5 in Hillcrest, a crew of nine firemen and two fire trucks. The Ninth and University location was the site of one of the first San Diego fire stations. It was designated as a Combination Chemical station, equipped with both chemical fire extinguishers and hoses. This building was replaced with a new No. 5 station in 1951.

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