Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services (GA) Receives Six Fire Apparatus

Courtesy of Fire Department

Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services recently received six new fire engines, reports Cherokee Tribune & Ledger-News.

The new engines, which were ordered in March 2019, will feature a new lighting package that is more advanced and new sirens that are more easily heard.

The fire department is hopeful that the new engines will be able to be put into service on August.

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