Cape Mount Yearns For Fire Engine
By D. Ignatius Roberts, Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent
ROBERTSPORT, Feb 8 (LINA) - The deputy commander of the Grand Cape Mount County Fire Detachment, Major Blamah M. Coleman, has said that the lack of a fire truck and utility car is hampering the smooth operation of the detachment.
He said the detachment is incapable of carrying out its fire prevention education and combat fire outbreaks in the five statutory districts in the county, due to the lack of a utility car and fire truck.
Major Coleman made the disclosure Friday in Robertsport in an interview with the Liberia News Agency correspondent in Grand Cape Mount County.
He said besides vehicles, the office lacks communication, furniture, stationery and other supplies to provide adequate service to the people.
Major Coleman disclosed that there only eight firemen assigned to the county.