Lafferty (OH) Volunteer Fire Department Debuts New Brush Truck

The new apparatus. All photos via: facebook.com/laffertyfiredepartment

The Lafferty (OH) Volunteer Fire Department recently debuted its new brush truck, which officials say is the only one of its kind within about 150 miles, reports wtov9.com.

The new apparatus—which cost $138,000, aims to combat grass, vehicle, and structure fires—holds 300 gallons of water, five gallons of foam, and a front-spray nozzle that can be operated from inside the cab.

The truck still needs lettering and a radio, and it’s set to go into service on Tuesday.

A video of the new apparatus can be seen here.

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