Osawatomie (FL) VFD, Miami County EMS, and Fontana FD Get New Apparatus

The Osawatomie (FL) Volunteer Fire Department, Miami County Emergency Medical Services, and Fontana Fire Department have recently received a new tanker, ambulance, and pumper, respectively, reports republic-online.com.

The 3,000-gallon tanker cost about $257,000 and is a Class A pumper, while the new ambulance is a Braun Chief XL on a 2021 Ford E-450 chassis. The county used CARES Act federal funding to purchase the ambulance, which cost $249,760.

The pumper comes with a 1,000-gallon tank and a small foam tank, and cost a little over $300,000.

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