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'Haunted bay' at Central Station serves up Halloween treats from firefighters

The Quincy Fire Department will host drive-through trick-or-treating at Central Fire Station, 906 Vermont, from 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Parents are encouraged to bring their kids to the "haunted bay" at the station.

Vehicles should enter off Ninth Street and will drive through the aerial bay of the station. While in the bay, children will receive treats provided by Firefighters Local No. 63.

Questions should be directed to the department at 228-4459.

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