Bullard VFD (TX) Welcomes Fire Apparatus

The Smith County Emergency Services District 2 and Bullard Volunteer Fire Department received a new fire engine and celebrated a “push-in” ceremony, reports Tyler Morning Telegraph.

The Bullard Fire Department has not received a new fire engine since 2008. The new arrival is quite a tech upgrade. The Piece PUC features a Compressed Air Foam System, 1,000 gallons of water, which is an upgrade above the 500 gallons that was carried on the previous engine.

The community has continued to grow and has already received 600 calls this year.

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