PASCO COUNTY, Fla. — There's a big shortage of masks and protective gear right now, but thanks to Team Rubicon USA, Pasco County Fire Rescue has what they need to stay safe and healthy.
The veteran service non-profit donated 158 N-95 masks, 300 pairs of gloves, and 100 Tyvek suits to firefighters.
The Department posted on its Facebook page saying "Our community is absolutely amazing and we are so appreciative of your support! #Pasco Proud."
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