Patrick Robinson
The artwork fire truck on the outside wall of station 32 will flash its lights when units leave on calls.

New "fire truck" for Station 32

A decorative "fire truck" was installed on Thursday on the "essentially complete" fire station 32 at 38th SW and SW Alaska Street. Created by artist Sean Orlando from San Fracisco the art is suspended on the southwest exterior wall. The station is still weeks away from opening pending inspections.
The artwork once the station opens will be tied into the station alert system and will flash its lights when units leave.

Fire Station 32 is one of 32 neighborhood fire stations being upgraded, renovated or replaced through the Fire Facilities and Emergency Response Levy, which was approved by Seattle voters in 2003. Located in the center of West Seattle, Fire Station 32 currently houses an engine company (E32), a ladder unit (L11), a medic unit (M32).

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