San Diego residents visited the San Diego Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday afternoon for their second annual open house.
The fire department, located on Dr. E.E. Dunlap St., had music blasting, children played musical chairs and jumped on moon jumps.
Children and their families got to meet the firefighters, try on the fire equipment and the firefighters held a live presentation on how they handle a vehicle rollover.
During the presentation, the firefighters dressed in their protective gear used their lifesaving tools to cut the vehicle during the mock scenario. As the firefighters demonstrated their actions a slow steady drizzle fell however, the first responders continued to work just as they would during a real accident.
The department has 24 men and women.
These men and women have served the community at all hours and for no pay.
Sponsors from the community were on hand with goodies.