Judge Executive Fights To Save Bell County Fire Stations

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Updated: 6/16/2012 8:12 pm
Fire stations in Bell County are in the middle of a battle, and it's not against flames and smoke.

Two branches are set to close because of financial trouble, and Judge-Executive Albey Brock is asking a federal judge to stop it.

Brock says closing the stations puts people's lives at risk, but an attorney says the other stations can serve the whole county.
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