Hawleyville (CT) Volunteer Fire Company Puts into Service Tanker 339

Its predecessor is a 1989 Pierce four-person open cab that served as a trade-in for Tanker 339.

Hawleyville (CT) Volunteer Fire Company officials this weekend put into service the department’s new Tanker 339.

Tanker 339—with a 3,000-gallon tank and a 1,000-gpm Hale pump—was designed with a six-person cab, far larger than the two-person apparatus that have recently made their way to neighboring companies, a report says.

Its predecessor is a 1989 Pierce four-person open cab and served as a trade-in for Tanker 339.

The acquisition of this apparatus completes a program of tanker replacements that began about six years ago, the report says.

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