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The department has made a $592,190 payment on a $1.6 million, 44-foot-long, 100-foot Pierce ladder.
The totaled truck is valued at $300,000.
The crash remains under investigation.
Department officials have also been researching used trucks in the $25,000-to-$50,000 ballpark.
The ceremony will begin at Chapel Hill Middle School and conclude at Fire Station 5.
The truck is undergoing repairs.
The indigenous community's fire brigade is owned and operated by Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council.
The department has eight trucks in its fleet.
The apparatus features a 101-foot ladder.
The vehicle was blocking lanes on Interstate 75 for a previous accident.