Capital City Fire/Rescue paramedic Travis Larsen participates in an emergency response training exercise at the A-J Dock in April 2014. Larsen was named one of CCFR’s Firefighters of the Year for 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Capital City Fire/Rescue paramedic Travis Larsen participates in an emergency response training exercise at the A-J Dock in April 2014. Larsen was named one of CCFR’s Firefighters of the Year for 2018. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)

Fire department honors employees of the year

Winners proved valuable in field, at station

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