Greenville (NC) Firefighters Train on New Tiller

Greenville Fire Rescue is welcoming a new vehicle to its fleet.
(Greenville Fire/Rescue photo)

New ladder truck will carry all of the department’s extrication tools

Fire Apparatus & Emergency Equipment Staff

GREENVILLE, North Carolina – WNCT reports that the Greenville fire department unveiled a new fire truck that is expected to go into service in approximately six months.

Greenville Fire/Rescue officials are spending several days training firefighters on operating the new tractor-drawn aerial.

Fire Chief Eric Griffin said the truck can carry all of the department’s extrication tools. That will keep crews from switching to different trucks, depending on the type of call.

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