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Epping (NH) Fire Department Takes Delivery of HME 3,000-Gallon Fire Apparatus

03/03/2015

The fire apparatus is powered by a Cummins ISX12 500-hp diesel engine and is equipped with a 2,000-gpm Hale Q-Max midship pump.

Smeal Fire Apparatus, Pumper, 2015 Sparatan Metro Star Chassis

Smeal Fire Apparatus Appoints M&T Fire & Safety As New Dealer for Minnesota, North Dakota and Northeastern South Dakota

02/20/2015

Based in Volga, South Dakota, M&T is owned and managed by Roger and Cindy Anderson, along with a team of sales and service people throughout their territory.

Foscoe (NC) Volunteer Fire Department Fleet Built to Take the Call

02/10/2015

The first Toyne Tailored apparatus the department purchased was a pumper, and it quickly followed that with an order for a rapid-attack vehicle to be delivered three years later.

Summit Township (MI) Fire Department Receives Second Fire Apparatus

02/09/2015

Firefighters received this week the second of two new twin Rosenbauer $540,000 fire engines custom built for the township fire department.

Northfield (MA) Agrees to Deal for Fire Apparatus

01/13/2015

As long as Northfield pays half the money before the truck is built, it will cost $449,859, $141 under the amount allocated for the engine.

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01/09/2015

Fire news for the month.

Volunteer Tennessee Firefighter Killed in Accident

12/09/2014

Hardin County volunteer firefighter Gus Losleben died of injuries sustained in a head-on collision between a loaded log truck and Hardin County Fire Department tanker.

In the News

12/05/2014

GLOBE, DUPONT PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIES (DUPONT), AND THE NATIONAL VOLUNTEER FIRE COUNCIL (NVFC) announced two more recipients in the 2014 Globe Gear Giveaway: the Bannertown Volunteer Fire Department, Mount Airy, North Carolina, and the Winfield Township Volunteer Fire Company, Cabot, Pennsylvania.

Department Builds Custom Tanker on Caterpillar Chassis

12/05/2014

Specifically, Lacon-Sparland's truck committee wanted a minimum 500-gallon-per-minute (gpm) midmount pump, a larger water tank, plenty of compartment space to allow for additional equipment storage in the future, and a closer cab-to-water-tank fit.

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