Paskenta Band donates $125K to buy new vehicle for firefighters

A sign on the Paskenta Nomlaki Reservation in California. Photo from Facebook

A $125,000 donation from the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians will benefit firefighters in Tehama County, California.

The Corning Fire Station 12 will use the money to buy a new rescue squad vehicle. The station serves the tribal and local community.

"This grant continues our tradition of partnering with our community to make Tehama County a safer, healthier place to live,” Vice Chair Latisha Miller said in a press release.

The tribe made the donation through CalFire, the state's fire protection agency.

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Tribe donates to fire station (The Corning Observer 2/11)
Local Tribe Donates to Tehama County FD (Action News Now 2/4)

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