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Site of former fire station demolished downtown

The former site of Bellevue
The former site of Bellevue's Fire District No. 14 station was torn down Monday for new construction at 102nd Avenue Southeast and Northeast First Place. The fire station served the unincorporated, rural area of Bellevue, and construction began in 1946. It was used for 28 years, before Fire Station No. 1 replaced it at 766 Bellevue Way Southeast.
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The former site of Bellevue's Fire District No. 14 station was torn down Monday for new construction at 102nd Avenue Northeast and Northeast First Place. The fire station served the unincorporated, rural area of Bellevue, and construction began in 1946. It was used for 28 years, before Fire Station No. 1 replaced it at 766 Bellevue Way Southeast.

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