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San Diego Zoo Safari Park welcomes firefighters and families for free

Posted: 2:05 PM, Aug 30, 2018
Updated: 2018-08-30 21:06:28Z

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego area firefighters are being thanked for their hard work with free admission to the San Diego Zoo Safari Park.

Firefighters and up to three guests will receive free one-day admission to the Escondido park in September.

The deal is being offered by California Coast Credit Union and San Diego Zoo Global.

“Firefighters are true heroes and we are proud to join San Diego Zoo Global in recognizing them for their tremendous efforts to keep us all safe from fires,” said Cal Coast President & CEO Todd Lane. “As part of our partnership with the City of San Diego, we will continue to look for ways to serve and support San Diego Fire Department personnel.”

The fast response of San Diego County firefighters was critical in putting out the Pasqual, Rangeland and Cloverdale Fires near the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. In two cases, park employees prepared crates to evacuate the animals, if needed.

Firefighters must present department identification or union identification with a photo, in addition to a personal ID, at any Safari Park ticket window.