• Fire Department Answers Mutual Aid Request


    The San Marino Fire Department is assisting the North Pole Fire Department in transporting their most influential citizen, Santa Claus, at 9:00 AM on Christmas Day.  Members of the fire department will be driving Santa around town to spread “Christmas Joy” in San Marino’s new fire engine.  Although the route is a closely guarded secret, sources have revealed some of it to the Tribune.

    It is rumored that Santa will begin at the fire station, travel east on Huntington Drive, south on Belhaven Road and west on Lorain Road.  From there he will wind his way north on Chelsea Road, and travel a secret route around the west side of the city.  He will then go east on Monterey Road and Euston Road before making his way back to the fire station for a well deserved nap.  Santa’s helpers will be handing out candy canes to good girls and boys of all ages who are able to make it up and out of the house.  Listen for sleigh bells or sirens and be sure catch Santa on Christmas morning.

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