Eureka (MO) Orders New Apparatus, Works on Stations

The department is in line for a new pumper, two ambulances, and a myriad of equipment additions and station renovations.

The Eureka (MO) Fire Protection District is in line for a new pumper, two ambulances, and a myriad of equipment additions and station renovations to the tune of $1.2 million, according to a report published by Leader Publication.

The new pumper will be built by Rosenbauer at a cost of $680,000 and the two new AEV ambulances will cost $210,000 each, the paper reported. The pumper will replace one built in 2010 and is expected to arrive in spring 2022. The first new ambulance should arrive by August and the second in the spring of 2022.

Money will be spent on creating individual bunk rooms.in one station and general living improvements to both and are expected to be complete in April, the paper reported.

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