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Our rehab unit

Since I am in Fla., the dept which I belong to has a rehab unit. The unit is an older rescue unit. It is known as Rehab One, and is on the west side of Pasco County. On the unit we carry four coolers of bottled water, iced. Along with that we have snacks and can make coffee, tea or cups of soup. We work along with the career personnel. You can check out our web site at

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