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Astoria (OR) Fire Chief Seeks New Fire Apparatus

04/22/2014

The city of Astoria needs a new fire truck, Fire Chief Ted Ames told the city council Monday night.

Elmwood Park (NJ) Fire Captain Charged with DWI After Crashing Fire Apparatus

04/21/2014

An Elmwood Park fire captain who authorities say was intoxicated while at the wheel of a ladder truck struck two utility poles as he returned from a call over the weekend, putting the truck out of commission.

Mt. Juliet (TN) Fire Department Goes With Pierce for Its Fleet Needs

04/21/2014

HME Incorporated Unveils Exclusive Aerial Line

04/17/2014

HME, Inc. will be releasing a wide range of ladders and towers for various fire and rescue applications using the direct input and requests from their customer base and dealer network.

Monterey Park (CA) Fire Apparatus Collide, at Least 14 Injured

04/16/2014

E-ONE Debuts Redesigned Quest Cab

04/15/2014

After months of in-the-field customer research collecting data from fire departments across the country, E-ONE debuted its redesigned Questâ„¢ custom cab with more aggressive exterior styling and a vast array of user-focused improvements.

Seagrave Fire Apparatus to Feature Apollo II at FDIC 2014

04/07/2014

The first Apollo II was built for the Bridgeton (NJ) Fire Department. Bridgeton has the largest historic district in New Jersey with many turn-of-the century structures with narrow, historic streets.

Boston (MA) Fire Department Adds Three 109-Foot Aerials to Fleet

04/02/2014

Boston, Massachusetts, has always presented challenging terrain for Boston (MA) Fire Department vehicles, with tight turns and hilly historic streets. So when the department's apparatus committee sat down to spec a new ladder truck, size and maneuverability were key considerations.

Pigeon Forge (TN) Purchases Million Dollar Fire Apparatus

04/01/2014

The City of Pigeon Forge authorized the purchase of an aerial platform truck for the fire station. The new truck replaces the current, 24-year-old ladder truck.

Aerial Safety: An Engineer's Perspective

04/01/2014

In a recent incident, a firefighter fell off of an aerial device platform but managed to grab onto a tree on his way down.

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