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TUSTIN — County officials, employees and residents celebrated the opening of the fourth Osceola County Emergency Medical Services station with an open house and ribbon cutting which took place on Jan. 28.
Located in Tustin, the 3,200-square foot facility features similar amenities to the Marion station, which was built in 2014, including a kitchen area, living area, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a laundry room and supply closet, a metal roof and a garage large enough to house two ambulances. It also has emergency generators to power the entire building and internet access.