Sylacauga (AL) Uses FEMA Funds to Buy New Fire Truck

With the help of a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant, firefighters with the Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Department in Sylacauga, AL, have a new fire truck and rescue equipment in service, according to a report published by SylacaugaNews.com.

The website said the new apparatus will help firefighters better serve their community and the department is planning and event soon to meet first responders.

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