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Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One has gradually added staff over the last few years to where it can now man fire engines with three instead of two people.
A police dog tracked down a 25-year-old Gig Harbor man after he bailed from his burning, stolen car and hid in a trailer.
The man had gone to the home with a shotgun and barricaded himself and his estranged wife in a bedroom.
A live-fire training center would be constructed, the Kimball Drive fire station rebuilt, and Artondale and Swede Hill stations remodeled for about $80 million.
The 20-year-old Key Peninsula man had already served prison time for a Gig Harbor burglary and had run from police earlier.
Three residents were able to escape, though one was taken to the hospital with injuries and the home is not habitable.
It took three years to solve a variety of problems, but now if something happens, cameras can tell the true story.
Eli Gregory of Gig Harbor joined two other suspects in Kitsap County Jail on $1 million bail for allegedly killing Tyrone Sero last week.
Detectives are searching for Eli Gregory, who is known to frequent the Key Peninsula and rural South Kitsap.
The driver was taken to the hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening.
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