A trip to the firehouse
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  • chief A leader of a group. The chief told the firemen to get down the pole quick!
  • designated Marked or agreed upon . Your family should have a designated spot to meet if there is a fire!
  • dispatch
    • To send a message; the act of sending messages
    • The man tried to dispatch the message that the cab driver needed to pick someone up.
  • emergencies Things that happen without warning and require a quick response. The goalie guarded the goal and kept the other team from scoring points.
  • route A path or trail. Make a safe route to get out of your home in an emergency.
  • Fire engine
    • A truck used to put out fires.
    The fire engine got to the house just in time.
  • secondary
    • An alternate or extra way.
    Make a secondary escape route to get out of your house if there is a fire.
  • drill
    • A practice exercise.
    • You can talk when we do a fire drill.
  • firefighters
    • People who put out fires as their job.
    • Firefighters are very brave people.
  • gear
    • Equipment used to do certain things.
    • My gear for baseball is a bat, ball and glove.
  • detector
    • A device that detects or picks up a signal.
    • A smoke detector has saved many lives from fires.
  • examine
    • To look over carefully.
    • The doctor wanted to examine the bump on my head.
  • smother
    • To put out.
    • Try to smother the fire.
  • valves
    • Parts that control he flow of water.
    • Cut off the valves before the water floods the building.