Orange (CT) Fire Department Dedicates New Fire Apparatus

The new truck, designated Quint-32, went into service earlier this month, reports The Milford Mirror.

Equipped with a 75-foot aerial ladder, 1,500-gallon-per-minute pump and a variety of other tools, the Spartan/Smeal truck is designed to perform a variety of tasks at emergencies.

The truck replaces a 1978 Mack CK that had a 50-foot ladder and a 1,000-gallon-per-minute pump. The new truck carries a price tag of more than $850,000, paid for through the Fireman’s Carnival and other fund-raising activities

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