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Firefighters rescue Baskin Robbins in Grass Valley

Nevada City firefighters recently came to the rescue of Baskin Robbins in Grass Valley, when a new, 900-pound ice cream freezer was delivered to the shop. Stumped as to how to get the enormous freezer off a pallet, one employee suggested enlisting the help of firefighters. It took seven firefighters to lift the freezer, said Baskin Robbins owner Goska Mir, who expressed his appreciation with free ice cream.


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