New Roseville (MN) Invites Community to See Fire Apparatus

Community members are invited to see the new Roseville fire engine during an open house in a few weeks.

The fire engine was custom-built in Wyoming, Minnesota, by Rosenbauer America. It can hold up to five firefighters as well as equipment, medications and life-saving tools and technology. The engine can also hold 750 gallons of water and 30 gallons of firefighter foam.

The truck, called Engine 631, has been showcased at several fire industry trade shows since it was completed. By allowing the truck to be showcased, the city received a price break to keep it under budget.

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