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Fire officials reminded drivers to use caution when sharing the road with emergency vehicles
The collision ripped lights off the engine, damaged a water pump and hose, dented the roof and destroyed other tools
Emergency vehicle repair experts weigh in on how to keep your engine in fighting form.
The federal funds will allow the district to buy a pumper tender that will replace a vehicle that's about 30 years old
The Rescue Vehicle Program will be evaluated for its ability to reduce maintenance and wear and tear on department vehicles
It has a kitchen inside the rig and a restaurant in the back; the menu caters to the sweet and the savory.
The employees sued the vehicle manufacturer after losing their jobs early last year; they settled the case for $671,000
Knowing the difference between what you need and what you want will make you a smarter shopper when it is time to buy your next engine.
The rig was not on an emergency call and wasn't moving fast when the bicyclist rode into the side of the truck
All of the firefighters were conscious and alert; a passenger in the SUV died of his injuries.
Joseph Owsley was escorted to the fire department and greeted by family and friends after his release from the hospital
All of their injuries were minor; there's no word yet on how the rig overturned.
Firefighters tried to brace the sinking tire with a large piece of wood, but it snapped, sending chunks of wood everywhere.
The new design offers more cab space, a tighter turn radius and better weight distribution
These unwieldy beasts make up a large percentage of apparatus crashes; follow these sound safety procedures to tame that beast and keep firefighters safe.
More than a shiny place to mount the Q, planning the front bumper function is a big part of specifying a new truck.
The firefighter sustained a head and back injury from the fall; the cause of the incident appears to be a failed door latch
Their original rig burned in a grass fire on April 1; another volunteer fire department agreed to sell them their spare rig
They both suffered minor injuries and were said to be wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash
The firefighters were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries; the rig is a total loss