EMSA said Oklahoma City Fire Department medics will be authorized to transport patients suffering heart attacks and other related symptoms.
After narrowing down to their top three choices, the department decided to go with Sutphen.
It has the capacity to carry 1,500 gallons of water and has a 10-inch dump valve.
The Byesville Volunteer Fire Department is in the process of replacing an older rescue squad with two newer ones.
Queen Volunteer Fire Department is given funds to replace a 15-year-old converted rig.
"This newer equipment is lighter and easier to use, allowing us to rescue victims faster, which ultimately increases their chances of survival,"
The council approved allocating $274,000 toward the purchase of a new 2020 Frazer Type 1 Ambulance for the fire department.