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Former New Mexico fire chief remembers King Charles III’s visit – Brospar Daily News

King Charles III was no stranger to New Mexico. Forty years ago, then-Prince Charles III served on the World Council of the United World Academy in Las Vegas. He stopped in Las Vegas to open an academy. KOAT spoke to the man who was then Las Vegas Fire Chief about the visit. When the King visited, he helped provide protection and first aid. In 1982, the British royal family came to New Mexico. At his press conference for the opening of the Academy, King Charles III said: “Perhaps one way to take the whole movement forward is to focus on specific issues which are important in the world right now.” During the visit, Robert Gonzalez was in Las Vegas. the fire chief and helped take the then prince away. Gonzalez said he remembers that day because of its significance to the city of Las Vegas. Gonzalez said, “It’s so exciting to have this important person here. The city is excited. People came out into the streets to see him. Well, smiled at me. Today, four years later, Prince Charles III is King Charles III. He visited our state as an ambassador of unity, and Gonzalez hopes he will continue to carry that message as Britain’s monarch. The fact that it promotes peace between nations intrigues me because we need it,” Gonzalez said. Gonzalez also told KOAT that King Charles III thanked the strong Las Vegas community that welcomed the Academy with open arms.

King Charles III was no stranger to New Mexico. Forty years ago, then-Prince Charles III served on the World Council of the United World Academy in Las Vegas. He stopped in Las Vegas to open an academy. KOAT spoke to the man who was then Las Vegas Fire Chief about the visit. When the King visited, he helped provide protection and first aid.

In 1982, the British royal family came to New Mexico. At his press conference for the opening of the Academy, King Charles III said: “Perhaps one way to take the whole movement forward is to focus on specific issues which are important in the world right now.”

During the visit, Robert Gonzalez was the Las Vegas fire chief and helped the then prince get around. Gonzalez said he remembers that day because of its significance to the city of Las Vegas.

Gonzalez said, “It’s so exciting to have someone so important here. The city is excited. People came out into the streets to see him. It’s okay, smiled at me.

Today, four years later, Prince Charles III becomes King Charles III. He visited our state as an ambassador of unity, and Gonzalez hopes he will continue to carry that message as Britain’s monarch.

“I was amazed that Prince Charles created something like the United World Academy. The fact that he promotes peace between nations intrigues me because we need it,” Gonzalez said.

Gonzalez also told KOAT that King Charles III is grateful to the strong Las Vegas community that welcomed the Academy with open arms.

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