Union (NJ) Fire Department Unretires Ladder Truck

The Union (NJ) Fire Department recently put back into full service a ladder truck, which had been used as a backup, reports tapinto.net.

The truck, which has been maintained and stored, was necessary as the department grows—15 new firefighters were sworn in at the end of May.

Officials say one ladder will be housed at department headquarters on Bond Drive and the other at Station 2 on Morris Avenue.

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