Lynchburg (VA) Fire Department Holds Wet Down Ceremony for New Engine

The Lynchburg (VA) Fire Department recently held a wet down ceremony for its new engine, reports wsls.com.

The 2021 apparatus, which cost about $660,000, will serve the Boonsboro area. Its predecessor will be taken out of service and sold at an auction.

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