Morristown (NJ) Fire Bureau Takes Delivery of New Pumper

It was manufactured in Florida.
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The Morristown (NJ) Fire Bureau recently took delivery of a $589,805 2021 Pierce Saber pumper, reports morristowngreen.com.

The apparatus, a six-cylinder diesel truck equipped with a 525-gallon water tank, is the first engine the town has purchased in 15 years. It was manufactured in Florida, the report says.

To commemorate one of Morristown’s earliest and still-operational fire houses, the engine will be named after the First Ward Hose Co. at 155 Morris St., according to the report. Following some final details, the apparatus is expected to be operational within two weeks.

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