Following a COVID-19-delayed order placed two years ago, the Claremore (OK) Fire Department (CFD) recently added Engine 3 to its fleet, reports claremoreprogress.com.
Officials say the department budgeted $700,000 for the scheduled replacement of the new engine, and such apparatuses average 20 years of use.
There are 45 firefighters posted at three stations at CFD. The department has four engines—three serving on the front lines and one as a reserve.
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