St. Albans (WV) Fire Department Welcomes New Quint

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The St. Albans (WV) Fire Department is welcoming a new quint to its fleet, reports wsaz.com.

The new apparatus aims to allow firefighters to reach up to 70 feet vertically and features a bucket in which three firefighters can fit.

Fire officials say it’s the first fire apparatus the city has bought since 2010 and the first aerial apparatus since 2001.

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