Prairie Township (OH) Fire Department Puts Fire Apparatus Into Service

Courtesy Fire Department Facebook

The Prairie Township Fire Department has put a 2020 Sutphen Monarch fire engine into service, reports This Week Community News.

The fire department posted to Facebook, “It took its first run last night. State of the art equipment for our community’s safety. Thank you for your continued support!”

The cost of the truck included state-of-the-art, battery-operated rescue tools, hand tools and miscellaneous equipment. The new truck replaces an engine purchased in 2011

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