Tulsa (OK) Fire Department Christens Two New Trucks

The Tulsa (OK) Fire Department recently held a push-in ceremony for two new trucks at Stations 20 and 24, reports TulsaWorld.com.

Station 24’s new 107-foot ladder truck is replacing a 2002 model. The ladder truck that replaced its 21-year-old predecessor at Station 20 weighs 71,000 pounds. Fire officials said it’s $1.4 million apiece for the new ladder trucks.

Fire officials added that one of the old trucks being replaced will go to the department’s training center, while the other will be used as a backup.

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