The rural hitch is a good way to provide water for a fire flow without having to drop a dump tank, but it requires a lot of coordination and communication.
Schenectady, NY, recently put four apparatus in service, including two pumpers, a quint and a light rescue truck.
Ladder 1 was purchased for $1.2 million back in 2019. and runs out of the downtown station.
Brockton, MA, firefighters have acquired a nearly 100 year old truck that fought an historic theater fire in their community that claimed 13 firefighters.
The Holton Fire Department will receive $600,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds from the Kansas Department of Commerce’s Community Development Division to help the city purchase a new fire truck