Fire chief in hot water after using station hose to fill up pool in garden

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A FIRE boss is in hot water for using station gear to fill up the swimming pool in his garden. David Ballingall, 38, fixed a standpipe and a giant hose to a hydrant close to his home. It enabled the crew commander to pump water at high speed into the 20,000-litre pool. But he was […]
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