Wesley Chapel (FL) Puts New Aerial in Service

Firefighters in Wesley Chapel, FL, have taken delivery of a new 100-foot E-ONE aerial, welcoming it into the fleet with a traditional push-in ceremony, according to a report published in The Laker/Lutz News.

The new $1 million aerial will be located at Fire Station 38, the paper reported, that added the apparatus was especially designed to operate in small spaces.

Purchased as part of the Pasco Fire Rescue department’s strategic plan the apparatus is equipped with a 1,500-gpm pump and a 500-gallon water tank, the paper reported.  

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