Vice President Kamala Harris paid a holiday visit to a Crenshaw fire station Friday, offering doughnuts and brief remarks of thanks and encouragement along with her husband, Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff.
Harris arrived at 12:15 p.m. to Fire Dept. Station 94 at 4470 Coliseum St., where about 14 firefighters and other Los Angeles Fire Department personnel were gathered, according to a pool report.
The vice president and Emhoff — along with International Association of Fire Fighters General Secretary-Treasurer Frank Lima — spent about nine minutes at the firehouse, delivering the doughnuts, making brief remarks and taking a group photo.
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