Firefighters in Brier Hill, NY, have replaced two older apparatus with a brand new 2021 model, according to a story published in the Watertown Daily Times newspaper.
The Brier Hill Fire Department recently took delivery of a $370,000 Toyne pumper that takes the place of an older pumper and a tanker, the newspaper reported.
The stainless-steel body truck has an 1,800-gallon tank and has a foam system as well, the newspaper reported. It’s expected to be in service up to 30 years, the newspaper reported.
A $125,000 Dormitory Authority of the State of New York grant helped pay for the truck, the newspaper reported, with the rest being paid for by the district and with a money from the fire company itself.