Dryden Fire Service (Canada) Welcomes Pumper Fire Apparatus

Courtesy of Fire Department Facebook

Dryden Fire Service has welcomed a new pumper fire truck, reports Dryden Now.

Posted to the Facebook page, “This new Fort Garry Fire Trucks pumper replaces an aging apparatus that has served the City of Dryden, Ontario well for many years. This truck will not only increase our operational abilities but also provide increased firefighter safety with increased scene lighting capabilities, more visible emergency lighting, firefighter seating, customized tool and equipment storage, a larger volume pump as well as many other options!”

A donation from Northwest EMS has also made it possible to outfit all fire trucks with defibrillators.

Chassis Make: International
Chassis Model: HV607 SBA 2 Door
Body Style: FGFT MXV 4 Man Pumper
Body Construction: 5083 Salt Water Marine Grade Aluminum

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