Stafford (NJ) Volunteer Fire Co. Welcomes $1.1M, Pierce Enforcer 107-Foot Aerial Ladder Truck

Last July, the township council gave the department the green light to acquire the nearly $1.1 million apparatus from Fire and Safety Services Ltd., based in South Plainfield.

The Stafford (NJ) Volunteer Fire Co. on Friday welcomed a Pierce Enforcer 107-foot aerial ladder truck to its Station 47 on Stafford Avenue, reports thesandpaper.net.

Last July, the township council gave the department the green light to acquire the nearly $1.1 million apparatus from Fire and Safety Services Ltd., based in South Plainfield.

The single-axle truck carries 500 gallons of water and has galvanized frame rails to help alleviate corrosion from salt water. In addition, it has a saw box on the side of the ladder, so it’s more easily accessible as firefighters make the climb.

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