Temecula (CA) Unveils $1.2 Million Ladder Truck

Photo via: temeculaca.gov

The city of Temecula (CA) has unveiled a $1.2 million custom-built 57-foot ladder truck, reports Patch.com, which replaces its 2003 predecessor.

The new truck, which will be housed at Station 73, features nine ladders ranging in lengths up to 101 feet and a camera at the ladder’s tip that aims to give firefighters on the ground a clearer view of critical situations, the report said.

The 2003 truck will still be used on a reserve basis and will be parked at Fire Station 95 off Butterfield Stage Road.

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