Tower 33 rehab featured in FireRescue Magazine’s latest apparatus column.
The East Quogue Fire Department on Long Island recently purchased this Seagrave Aerialscope from the Kentland (Md.) Fire Department. The truck had been refurbed back in 1999. (FireRescue Magazine/Bob Vaccaro photo)
FireRescue Magazine Apparatus Columnist Bob Vaccaro offers a little bit of advice when looking to purchase rehabbed apparatus. In him column, “Tips for Buying a Used Apparatus”, one of the rigs featured is the former Kentland Tower 33 ( or Tower 833 for those of you in the COG), now in service with the East Quogue Fire Department on Long Island, New York.
The Tower at one of it’s many multiple alarm fires…
Let’s also not forget another apparatus “second birth” as one of Hyattsville’s former wagons is now in service in Buenos Aires, Argentina. You can check out the updates on Hyattsville’s Facebook page.
Diego Rodriguez photo
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