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El Paso Fire Department’s water rescue crew returns from Central Texas floods, welcomed back with luncheon

EL PASO, Texas (KVIA) -- El Paso Fire Department's Water Rescue Team was welcomed back to El Paso today with a surprise luncheon.

Bubba's food was served to the 6-person crew deployed that was deployed for 17 days.

El Paso Fire Department Battalion Chief, Kris Menendez, says the crew traveled across 3,000 miles and 10 cities in Texas to help with the floods.

ABC-7 previously reported the announcement of the water rescue team going to Abilene, and also gave XTRA depth on how the experience was going for the team. You can find those stories here:

El Paso Fire Department sending help efforts to floods in Central Texas

Xtra depth on El Paso Fire Department Water Rescue Team helping in the floods in Central Texas

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