New Clarkston (ID) Fire Apparatus Replaces 22-Year-Old Truck

The Clarkston Fire Department has a new fire truck that will replace a fire engine that’s 22-years old. Technology is constantly changing and equipment wears down as time goes by.

The city of Clarkston paid for the $417,000 truck and leaders from the department couldn’t be more excited to have it.

“It took us about three and a half years to inspect, order and receive this engine, so it’s been in progress for quite a while,” said Clarkston Fire Dept. Fire Chief, Steve Cooper. “It’s an expensive purchase and one that we expect to last for 20-years.”

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