Maine city to get ATV for remote rescues, fires
The same trailer that will be purchased to transport the ATV will be pulled behind the ATV and carry pumps and other equipment
By Tom Standard
The Sun Journal
TURNER, Maine — Selectmen on Tuesday night approved the purchase of a 2008 Polaris Ranger ATV for use in remote rescues and firefighting.
This machine has 400 miles on it and costs $12,500. It will be paid for from Fire Department and Rescue Department reserve accounts.
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