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WYOMING COUNTY, WV -

A fire department in Wyoming County wants to give you a run for your money in their upgraded haunted house this fall.

And when you visit, you'll be helping out the Upper Laurel Fire Department in Sabine.

Fire fighters have been organizing the haunted house inside of their fire station for several years now.  They said the money raised will help the department buy new equipment.

This year they said they've added even more to the house and they've stepped up the thrill you'll get inside.

"I want to give everyone their money's worth, I like to be scared so I'm going to do my best to scare everyone else too," said Squad Training Officer Tyler Cresong.

The haunted house will be open weekends from dark until midnight throughout this month.

It's $7 a person and $6 if you bring your ticket from a Friday night football game.