Idaho Falls (ID) Fire Department Christens Ladder 1

The Idaho Falls Fire Department celebrated its new Ladder 1 yesterday with a wet down and push-in ceremony.

The Idaho Falls (ID) Fire Department celebrated its new Ladder 1 yesterday with a wet down and push-in ceremony, reports localnews8.com. On hand for the event were city and fire officials; watch the video below.

The apparatus was built from the bottom up by Pierce Manufacturing and Hughes Fire Equipment. It’s an Arrow XT 100-foot Ascendant Aerial.

Its predecessor which will be used as a reserve engine for the department. Immediately following the ceremony, the ladder was called to its first call: a car crash.

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