Vandalia places new fire engine in service


The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.


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The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.


City of Vandalia photo

The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.

The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.

The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.
The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine. City of Vandalia photo

The City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2017/04/web1_Firetruck2.jpgThe City of Vandalia recently placed a new rescue engine in service at Fire Station #2 on Brown School Road. The engine, which cost just over $482,000, replaces a 1979 Emergency One engine. City of Vandalia photo