Dr. Andrew Sund says a small number of students are in the DACA program at the university working to become contributors to the local economy in the future. "So we are very saddened that these people will now be in jeopardy of achieving their dreams of being productive citizens in this nation. At the same time we do understand it's a difficult situation and that it would be much better to have true legislation on it."
But Capt. Jeff Pfaff says a majority of the calls they answer aren't for fires but rather for rescues and emergency medical service. Pfaff says "in 2016 we had 6130 calls and 2015 there were 5,940 so we did increase the number of ems calls last year."
When they arrived crews found a one story duplex with smoke and fire coming from the front rooms of the home and they also found a man in the front yard that had been seriously burned after escaping the flames.
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