§ 6. Priorities of assigned fire protection jurisdiction. The provisions of this statute, as provided in Section 4, shall in no way supersede
the responsibility of the assigned fire protection jurisdiction to respond to calls
for fire protection coverage within their own jurisdiction, or under prior contractual
agreements, on a priority basis. The assignment authority of the Fire Marshal, as provided herein, shall require
a fire protection jurisdiction to provide fire protection coverage, to the best of
their ability, subject to above priority considerations.
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