Lindsey (OH) VFD Puts Fire Apparatus Into Service

Courtesy of Fire Department Facebook

The Lindsey Volunteer Fire Department has added a new fire truck that uses a state-of-the-art water pump system, reports Port Clinton News Herald.

The new 2020 Freightliner truck, which includes a SAM water control system developed by IDEX Fire and Safety, cost $390,000.

The Michigan-based Spencer Manufacturing built the truck.

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