Jerry Thomas

Veteran Los Angeles Firefighter

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31-year veteran with the Los Angeles Fire Department

Jerry Thomas on KCRW

The former president of LA's Fire Commission has told the Los Angeles Times, " The public just doesn't understand what goes on " in the fire department.

Putting out Fires at the Fire Department

The former president of LA's Fire Commission has told the Los Angeles Times, " The public just doesn't understand what goes on " in the fire department.

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