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Cincinnati Fire Dept. graduates new recruits

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

The Cincinnati Fire Department is celebrating its newest recruits.

A graduation ceremony was held on Friday morning for the 111th Recruit Class.

Fire recruits who have trained for the last six months officially joined the ranks of the Cincinnati Fire Department.

The event was held at the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Follow this link to read about how a judge's ruling on the City of Cincinnati's privatized parking plan could mean layoffs for police and firefighters - http://bit.ly/172tBME

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