Firehouse Heat

Thursday, February 14, 2013 - 10:05am

Trio of Florida fire and rescue managers fired after revelations frequent sexual encounters while on duty.

There are three fewer fire rescue managers on the job in Polk County, Florida.

The chief fired a woman and two men for having sex inside the operations center.

"This is not a great day for Polk County Fire Rescue, to say the least," said Polk County Fire Rescue Chief Dave Cash. "We are saddened by this I am personally saddened by this as the chief we look forward to maintaining our excellent standard of service to the citizens of Polk County."

The three Polk County Fire Rescue managers were fired after an internal investigation revealed they were involved in a sexual relationship while on duty.

According to investigators Battalion Chief Trampas Fletcher and Medical Supervisor Mike Tomlinson both had sexual relations with Medical Supervisor Shelli Krauklis inside the county's fire operations center. The report also revealed the three used county issued cell phones to set up those encounters.

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