A month ago, we asked readers what they would ask one of our volunteer firefighters over at Intermountain Fire and Rescue.
The department was established by "a concerned group of citizens who wanted to provide better fire protection for their community" and serves an area of 125 square miles bordering Ramona, Julian, Lake Henshaw and Palomar Mountain.
Readers submitted a variety of questions on the comments, like "How does it feel fighting fire?" and "How many calls do you get on a weekly basis?"
Each Friday morning, Patch will have a short clip of one of the volunteers at Intermountain Fire and Rescue Department answering one of your questions.
Have a burning question? Submit it in the comments below or to email@example.com
Patch would like to put out a special thanks to the Intermountain Fire and Rescue Department for not only volunteering their efforts as firefighters, but for also giving time to Patch and the community for Firefighter Friday!