The Lincoln (CA) Fire Department Takes Delivery of HME Rescue Fire Apparatus



WYOMING, MI—The Lincoln (CA) Fire Department has taken delivery of an HME Model 34D Wildland fire apparatus mounted on an International 7400 commercial chassis with lower compartments below the rear cab doors and seating for four.

The wildland vehicle is powered by a MaxxForce 9 EPA 10, 330-hp diesel engine and equipped with a Darley JMP-500 500-gpm PTO midship pump.

It utilizes two full length adjustable dividers, an intercom system, HME Hydra Technology™, two pump house hoselay beds, 150-foot Hannay booster reel, FoamPro 1600 foam system with a 20-gallon class A external-bolt-on-foam tank, Darley 1-1/2AGE 180-gpm portable diesel pump, 500-gallon polypropylene water tank, four SCBA tubes, suction hose storage compartment, full-height pull-out long-handle toolboards, and two Worden wheel chocks.

For more information, visit www.firetrucks.com.

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