Erie (PA) Debuts New Fire Apparatus

The city of Erie (PA) has a new $750,000 firefighting apparatus.

Mayor Joe Sinnott and Erie Bureau of Fire Chief Tony Pol unveiled a 2013 rescue/pumper truck, built for the city by Nesquehoning-based KME Fire Apparatus.

The new truck will replace a 1999 truck now being used as a front-line vehicle at Engine Co. No. 8.

The new pumper — expected to hit the streets within three weeks — was paid for with money from an $8.5 million bond issue Erie City Council approved in 2011.

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