Newcastle (Australia) Station to Add a $2.3M Aerial Ladder

Photo via: fire.nsw.gov.au

Newcastle (Australia) station is planning to add a $2.3 million aerial ladder to its fire-fighting arsenal, reports Newcastle Herald.

Officials say the ladder platform will help firefighters reach new heights in tall buildings. The new apparatus comes on the heels of a $930,000 upgrade for Newcastle station.

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