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Flossmoor fire truck renovation takes center stage on TV this week

  Flossmoor's antique Engine No. 4 makes its first public  appearance at the 2016 Fourth of July parade in  Flossmoor soon after returning from restoration work.  (Chronicle  file photo)

 

Flossmoor’s venerable Engine No. 4 makes its national broadcast debut this week when a cable television program, “FantomWorks,” tells the story of the 69-year-old fire truck’s extensive restoration.

The program, which is shown on the Velocity channel, will be shown at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 19.

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