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Bricks on Fire

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Published:2017-09-12 Local
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Bricks on Fire

The Medic One Foundation is hosting Bricks on Fire, a competition where more than 70 teams will compete to build the most creative firehouse with LEGO® bricks and win cash prizes, including $1,000, on Saturday, September 16, 2017.

The Medic One Foundation is hosting this exciting family event to build awareness around the need for charitable contributions to support the training and education of our region's Medic One paramedics. This elite corps of first responders has a save-rate for sudden cardiac arrest that is nearly double the national average. Their rigorous year-long training course at Harborview Medical Center far exceeds national standards, and is funded entirely by private donations to the Medic One Foundation.

This free event will be emceed by Bender & Molly from 106.1 KISS FM and will feature Bellevue Fire Department fire engine and medic unit tours, fire escape routes safety trailer for kids, electronic fire extinguisher spray stations, raffle prizes, food trucks, photo booths and more.




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