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Campus Times
October 17, 2003


photo by Adam Omernik

On Saturday at 10 a.m., Pilot Buzz Mills and Paramedic Vicky Oakley flew in from Anaheim for the Annual Safety Facilities Open House held at The Public Safety Building on 3rd and C Streets. Mills and Oakley claim their chopper can be in the air within five minutes on an emergency call. The Open House also included food, drinks, a dunk tank and balloon animals for kids.


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