Marion (IN) Fire Department to Put into Service 2019 Rosenbauer Engine

Photo via: cityofmarion.in.gov

The City of Marion (IN) recently announced that it has purchased a 2019 Rosenbauer fire engine.

The state-of-the-art apparatus was needed to update the Marion Fire Department’s (MFD) fleet, officials say. It’s capable of flowing up to 1,500 gallons of water per minute and has foam capabilities to thwart petroleum fires.

In addition, the apparatus features a passenger-side rearview camera; front-positioned, passenger-side mirror; and a mechanical ladder unloader to assist firefighters during emergencies.

The engine will at first be used to train MFD crews and will then be put into service once the remaining equipment arrives—about 30-45 days.

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