Built by E-ONE in Ocala, Florida, the engine holds 500 gallons of water and features a 100-foot ladder.
A rusted frame on a South Burlington (VT) Fire Department aerial will require $152,000 in repairs to keep it on the road.
After several trucks have suffered mechanical problems, Atlanta is seeking to purchase $7m in new apparatus.
A new quint has been put in service with Coral Gables, FL, Fire Rescue.
Valparaiso, IN, has donated a 1996 fire engine to nearby Gary, IN, to help the city ease some equipment needs.
A brush fire destroyed a fire truck in the Williston, SD, Rural Fire Department fleet.
Volunteers in Claysburg, PA, have raise $260,000 toward the purchase of a new fire truck through fundraising and donations.
Orange Beach, AL, has purchased a new engine to be stationed on Ono Island.
Rural fire departments depend on tankers for water supply for fire suppression. Bill Adkins discusses the choices firefighters face when selecting apparatus to move water.
Dearborn Heights, MI, has appropriated over $650,000 for a new engine to replace a worn out apparatus.