Bethlehem Press

Tuesday, December 11, 2018
press photos by nate jastrzemskiMayor Bob Donchez and Fire Chief Warren Achey thank Kate and Adam Flatt, owner of East Third Street’s Social Still, for a sizable donation to the city’s fire department. The proclamation indicated Nov. 7, 2018, was officially Bethlehem’s Social Still Day. press photos by nate jastrzemskiMayor Bob Donchez and Fire Chief Warren Achey thank Kate and Adam Flatt, owner of East Third Street’s Social Still, for a sizable donation to the city’s fire department. The proclamation indicated Nov. 7, 2018, was officially Bethlehem’s Social Still Day.
Fire Chief Warren Achey tests out a handheld thermal imaging camera inside the Social Still restaurant. The department will use the $1,160 donation to replace an older, much larger and heavier model, with this more compact version. The cameras are used at scenes to find people in the dark and through walls, and to find fires’ sources during investigations. Fire Chief Warren Achey tests out a handheld thermal imaging camera inside the Social Still restaurant. The department will use the $1,160 donation to replace an older, much larger and heavier model, with this more compact version. The cameras are used at scenes to find people in the dark and through walls, and to find fires’ sources during investigations.

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