Power has been restored to a radio transmission tower that serves Pierce County police, fire and other emergency services east of Wilkeson. The station’s power supply comes from two diesel generators fueled from 6,000 gallon tanks, at left. Fuel line failures caused the station to lose power last month.
Power has been restored to a radio transmission tower that serves Pierce County police, fire and other emergency services east of Wilkeson. The station’s power supply comes from two diesel generators fueled from 6,000 gallon tanks, at left. Fuel line failures caused the station to lose power last month. Washington state Department of Ecology Courtesy
Power has been restored to a radio transmission tower that serves Pierce County police, fire and other emergency services east of Wilkeson. The station’s power supply comes from two diesel generators fueled from 6,000 gallon tanks, at left. Fuel line failures caused the station to lose power last month. Washington state Department of Ecology Courtesy

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March 10, 2017 09:00 AM

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