FIRST RESPONDERS TO THE RESCUE! Brevard County Fire Rescue Engine 43 is the ‘Cat’s Meow’

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Lt. Ryan Barrack, Fire Fighter Andrew Dreisbach and Fire Fighter James Krause save kittens

Brevard County Fire Rescue Engine 43 is the “cat’s meow.” Brevard County Fire Rescue crews assisted Brevard County Animal Services in freeing multiple kittens trapped in the undercarriage/engine compartment of a vehicle on Merritt Island. (BCFR image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Fire Rescue Engine 43 is the “cat’s meow.”

Brevard County Fire Rescue crews assisted Brevard County Animal Services in freeing multiple kittens trapped in the undercarriage/engine compartment of a vehicle on Merritt Island.

“Thanks to Lt. Ryan Barrack, Fire Fighter Andrew Dreisbach and Fire Fighter James Krause, A CATastrophe was avoided,” said a Brevard County Fire Rescue spokesperson on Facebook.

“The kittens are OK and have been reunited with mom.”

“Thanks to Lieutenant Ryan Barrack, Fire Fighter Andrew Dreisbach and Fire Fighter James Krause, A CATastrophe was avoided,” said a Brevard County Fire Rescue spokesperson on Facebook. “The kittens are OK and have been reunited with mom.” (BCFR image)
“Thanks to Lieutenant Ryan Barrack, Fire Fighter Andrew Dreisbach and Fire Fighter James Krause, A CATastrophe was avoided,” said a Brevard County Fire Rescue spokesperson on Facebook. “The kittens are OK and have been reunited with mom.” (BCFR image)
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