Jamaica Fire Brigade to Spend $1.9B on New Pumpers

The Jamaica Fire Brigade is slated to get up to 30 new fire pumpers under a $1.9 Billion appropriation to be completed next year, according to a report published by The Gleaner newspaper.

The paper reported the Government of Jamaica is funding the project to upgrade the fire service in the country.

The apparatus will be purchased under the authority of the Acquisition of Fixed Assets Project in the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, the paper reported.

The fire brigade upgrade project is expected to be completed by March 22, according to the paper.

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