Plans have been approved which will mean that some of North Yorkshire's emergency fire calls will be answered by teams in Cornwall.
The two brigades will work together at busy times and during major incidents including flooding.
Union officials have raised concerns about the move, but bosses say that it won't mean the end of the control room here.
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