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After much work and rework (well and more rework), we've finally begun to map all the fire departments on Google Earth. Now you can download the file, open it in Google Earth (or Google Maps for that matter) and view the departments on theFireWiki.org. The link to find out more or to download the most recent map, paste the link here into your browser:




http://en.thefirewiki.org/index.php?title=Explore_Fire_Departments_of_the_World


We are adding departments daily, so check back often. Also, if your department is not listed, add it to theFireWiki.org under Fire Departments. Let me know what you think.

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