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The Daily Breeze

The El Segundo Fire Department will get a lot of new equipment later this year, thanks to Chevron — and the federal government.
 

A new fire engine, a utility truck, radios and a new set of firefighting gear, among other items, are coming the department’s way, because of a federal settlement over allegations the Chevron Corporation violated the Clean Air Act. The settlement, finalized last year, required Chevron to make a $250,000 contribution to El Segundo, and the company added another $900,000, which the South Bay city accepted in December.

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