Kern County (CA) Gets New Fire Engine for Rosamond Station

Courtesy of Kern County Second District Supervisor Zack Scrivner

A new fire engine was delivered to the Kern County Fire Station in Rosamond (CA) to replace one with 330,000, according to a report published by the Mojave Desert News.

The old engine will be retired and used to train new firefighters, the newspaper reported, adding that the new engine is state of the art.

According to Pierce Mfg., the new pumper is built on an Enforcer cab and chassis, powered by a Detroit Diesel DD13 505 hp engine and has a 1,500-gpm pump, a FoamPro foam system and a 750-gallon tank.

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