Alhaji Saccoh did not feel like he had enough to do. He was working part-time, and though he ran a nonprofit supporting two schools in his home village in Sierra Leone, he still felt a sense of restlessness. So one day in 2010, he walked into a fire station and asked how he could help. It was that day that Saccoh became a volunteer firefighter at Collingdale 1 Fire House.
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