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Calif. City Approves $5.9 Million to Replace Aging Fire Fleet

Modesto City Council (Calif.) approved $5.8 million to lease five pumper trucks and two tiller trucks at a meeting earlier this month. Replacement purchases were pushed back during the recession, and the average age of its fleet is 12 years, with the oldest vehicle 27 years old.

Indianapolis Adds 7 Custom Fire Apparatus

The Indianapolis Fire Department (IFD) in Indiana has placed five Pierce Saber pumpers and two Arrow XT 75-foot heavy-duty aerial ladders into service, joining 40 Pierce custom apparatus now serving at IFD.

Ore. Fire Agency Adds 15 Apparatus

The Clackamas Fire District No. 1 in Oregon has purchased 15 fire and emergency apparatus designed by Pierce Manufacturing. The purchase includes six custom pumpers, two aerial tillers, three tankers, two wildland apparatus, and two heavy-duty rescues.

Mo. Fire Agency Replaces Aging Pumpers, Aerial

The Central County Fire & Rescue Fire Protection District (CCFR) in Saint Peters, Mo., is adding six Pierce Dash CF custom fire and emergency vehicles costing nearly $5 million to replace its aging fleet of Pierce units.

N.M. Agency Using High-Reach Turret for Oil Fires

A new fire apparatus outfitted with the Snozzle High Reach Extendable Turret is helping the Malaga Volunteer Fire Department protect crude oil pumping and storage facilities in southern New Mexico and West Texas.