Cinder, a 4-month old Labradoodle recently acquired by the Holly Springs Fire Department, sits on a fire truck at the station on Jan. 27.
Cinder, a 4-month old Labradoodle recently acquired by the Holly Springs Fire Department, sits on a fire truck at the station on Jan. 27. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Cinder, a 4-month old Labradoodle recently acquired by the Holly Springs Fire Department, sits on a fire truck at the station on Jan. 27. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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