Old Tanker Gets Out of Dodge (TX) Volunteer Fire Department, New Pumper Arrives

Dodge Volunteer FD's new pumper. Photo via DVFD's Facebook page.

The Dodge (TX) Volunteer Fire Department recently added a new pumper to its fleet, reports itemonline.com.

The 2021 Ferrara Cinder Pumper seats four firefighters, holds 1,500 gallons of water, and can pump 1,500 gallons per minute. The apparatus replaces a 1978 Ford Tanker truck that the Dodge VFD received from the Huntsville Fire Department in 1998.

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