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Grass Valley Fire’s new ride

Last weekend, the City of Grass Valley Fire Department placed into service a new Type 1 Fire Engine from the KME corporation in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania. The new engine will serve Grass Valley and surrounding communities from Station 1 on Brighton Street. This is the second Engine the department has purchased from KME through funding from Measure N. Engine 2 was purchased two years ago and has been serving the City and surrounding communities from Station 2 on Sierra College Drive. Engines 1 and 2 are nearly identical in appearance and capability; these fire engines provide enhanced reliability and safety for the fire department and crews and provide the platform to enhance the performance of the fire department’s mission and service to the community.
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Last weekend, the City of Grass Valley Fire Department placed into service a new Type 1 Fire Engine from the KME corporation in Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania. The new engine will serve Grass Valley and surrounding communities from Station 1 on Brighton Street. This is the second Engine the department has purchased from KME through funding from Measure N. Engine 2 was purchased two years ago and has been serving the City and surrounding communities from Station 2 on Sierra College Drive. Engines 1 and 2 are nearly identical in appearance and capability; these fire engines provide enhanced reliability and safety for the fire department and crews and provide the platform to enhance the performance of the fire department’s mission and service to the community.


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