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Local chiefs smash and mash in OC Fair demolition derby

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Police and fire chiefs from Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa face off in the Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby on Saturday night at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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Is Costa Mesa Fire Chief Dan Stefano showing his open-door policy as he competes in the Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby on Saturday?

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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A fire rescue team helps Huntington Beach Fire Chief David Segura out of his wrecked RV during the Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby on Saturday at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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RVs driven by Costa Mesa Police Chief Rob Sharpnack and Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy smash together in Saturday night’s Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby at the Orange County Fair in Costa Mesa.

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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Newport Beach Police Chief Jon Lewis, left, and Costa Mesa Fire Chief Dan Stefano show all is forgiven after trying to annihilate each other’s RV during the Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby at the Orange County Fair.

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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Costa Mesa Fire Chief Dan Stefano holds his first-place trophy after the Motor Home Madness Demolition Derby against other local fire and police chiefs at the Orange County Fair on Saturday in Costa Mesa.

 (Drew A. Kelley)
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