Houston (MO) Fire Department Puts New Engine in Service

Houston (MO) Fire Department Photo by Robbie Smith

Houston (MO) Fire Department has completed getting it’s new engine in service with a delivery of new equipment last week, according a report published by the Houston Herald.

According to the newspaper, Engine 2351 was bought through MacQueen Emergency, a Pierce dealer, in Eureka, MO for $580,000 with $435,000 coming from a US Department of Agriculture Rural Development grant and $145,000 from a one-cent sales tax.

Now that the apparatus is fully in service, it is the first due for all emergencies in the city, according to the newspaper.

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