Springfield (FL) Gets Fire Equipment

The Springfield Fire Department received a $33,000 grant for three new pieces of HURST eDRAULIC waterproof battery-operated rescue tools, reports WJHG.

The funds came from Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation. Each piece is designed to assist the department with severe car accidents and injuries.

The equipment will be put out into the field following a demonstration at the department on Friday.

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