Olive Township (OH) Gets Donated Pumper

A fire engine was donated to the Olive Township, OH, Volunteer Fire Department by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Forestry, according to a report published by the Pomeroy Daily Sentinel.

The newspaper reported the apparatus is a 1997 E-ONE structural firefighting engine with a 1,000-gallon tank which cost $100,000 when new.

The department acquired the apparatus through the Federal Excess Personal Property program and was provided to Olive Township under a loan agreement, the paper reported. Firefighters agree to return the apparatus to the Division of Forestry for disposal or reassignment when it is no longer operational or need.

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