Central Fire Station

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Forrest Howard, Sebring’s fire chief in the 1940s and 1950s, is said to still roam the halls of his favorite fire station. Modern day firefighters swear they see him in the bunk area, and they occasionally smell faint scents of his much-beloved cigars.

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Geographic Information

Address:
301 N. Mango St.
Sebring, Florida
United States

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GPS:
27.496746, -81.43988200000001
County:
Highlands County, Florida
Nearest Towns:
Sebring, FL (0.1 mi.)
Avon Park, FL (8.0 mi.)
Lake Placid, FL (14.8 mi.)
Lemon Grove, FL (15.2 mi.)
Placid Lakes, FL (17.8 mi.)
Frostproof, FL (18.1 mi.)
Zolfo Springs, FL (21.8 mi.)
Wauchula, FL (23.0 mi.)
Hillcrest Heights, FL (23.1 mi.)
Babson Park, FL (23.7 mi.)

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