This photo shows North Myrtle Beach’s newly acquired 2016 Pierce, 95-foot, mid-mount fire truck on an Arrow XT chassis – known as Truck 714 and the city’s new, primary tower ladder, or aerial, truck, with an expected use for the next 20 years – before its ceremonial “push-in” celebration into its bay at Fire Station 1, on Second Avenue South.
This photo shows North Myrtle Beach’s newly acquired 2016 Pierce, 95-foot, mid-mount fire truck on an Arrow XT chassis – known as Truck 714 and the city’s new, primary tower ladder, or aerial, truck, with an expected use for the next 20 years – before its ceremonial “push-in” celebration into its bay at Fire Station 1, on Second Avenue South. Courtesy photo
This photo shows North Myrtle Beach’s newly acquired 2016 Pierce, 95-foot, mid-mount fire truck on an Arrow XT chassis – known as Truck 714 and the city’s new, primary tower ladder, or aerial, truck, with an expected use for the next 20 years – before its ceremonial “push-in” celebration into its bay at Fire Station 1, on Second Avenue South. Courtesy photo

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