The Rochester Fire Department pushed in two new fire trucks, reports ABC 6 News. The fire department replaced two engines that were 22 years old and as part of tradition, the trucks had a push-in ceremony. The ceremony also honored those who had fallen in the line of duty
A 1942 Sterling fire engine is now displayed in front of the Summit Fire and EMS Administration Building in Frisco, reports Summit Daily. The engine was retired in the 1980s and was inherited by the Summit Historical Society. The truck has been serving primarily as a parade vehicle. The Historical Society decided to sell the...
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Two million dollars worth of new equipment includes a 104-foot platform aerial truck, two engines and a rescue truck, reports ABC 12. Fire officials say the trucks will benefit residents with better responses and firefighters by boosting morale in the department.
Emergency crews responded to a crash involving a fire truck and a car that injured two people, reports KOCO News 5. No firefighters were injured.
Starting at a 1996 UNC football game, the town introduced a fire truck that matched the school’s colors, reports The Daily Tar Heel. Fire Chief Matthew Sullivan said the $300,000 blue fire truck attracted a lot of attention from people, and the community loved taking pictures with the truck. Sullivan said he loves the blue...
Quattlebaum was a native of Batesburg-Leesville and a member of the Lexington County Fire Service for 22 years.
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