Procurement

Mich. City Adds $2M In Fire Vehicles

October 14, 2014

Photo via Lansing Fire Department.
Photo via Lansing Fire Department.

The City of Lansing (Mich.) Fire Department has spent $2 million for a new fleet of emergency vehicles to replace its older emergency vehicles, the city announced last week.

This week, the city will place into service four fire trucks, an ambulance, and a command car. The new trucks include technology that links them directly to the 911 emergency call system.

Funding for the vehicles came from the department’s budget. 

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