Progress on Rescue Engine 33
This past Sunday (July 31st, 2016), Rescue Engine 33 was picked-up from having all of its equipment mounted by First Due Apparatus Solutions in Hollywood, Maryland. This posting shows 90 photos of the extensive, high quality work that was done by their company.
For the next week and a half, members will continue to ready the rig for service and complete all of the required driver/operational training, as mandated by the Kentland Volunteer Fire Department. Lastly, the mobile radio and Mobile Data Computer (MDC) will be installed.
It is anticipated that Rescue Engine 33 will be placed in-service mid-month of August.