Del City (OK) Receives Two New Fire Apparatus

The Del City (OK) Fire Department has received two new rescue pumpers, paid from with money from a 2011 bond issue.

Two years ago, voters approved a $3 million bond issue to replaces its aging fleet and install new outdoor warning system. The fire department will purchase two pumper trucks, an aerial pumper truck, and four-wheel drive brush pumpers.

The two new pumper trucks cost nearly $700,000. Firefighters will be trained on the trucks and they should be in service within a week.

The aerial pumper truck is scheduled to be delivered in June.

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