DRIVER, Va. – The Driver Volunteer Fire Department is better equipped to save lives and property after STIHL donated two vital tools.
About two weeks ago, Lt. James Gray and two others from the department traveled to the company’s Virginia Beach plant to take possession of a quick-cut saw and a chain saw. Together, the machines are worth about $2,300, said Gray, vice president on the department’s board of directors.
According to Gray, organizations like Driver VFD have to solicit donations or go without after city budgets were cut.
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