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  • Conway wets down brand-new fire engine in ceremony and pushes truck into new home

    Conway Mayor Alys Lawson and Conway Fire Chief Le Hendrick dedicate the new Engine 52, a Ferrara Fire apparatus fire engine, in a "wet down and push-in" ceremony. The Engine has 2,000 gallons-per-minute pumping capacity and will be one of 7 fire trucks operated in the city. Engine 52 replaces a 2000 model fire truck.

Conway wets down brand-new fire engine in ceremony and pushes truck into new home

Conway Mayor Alys Lawson and Conway Fire Chief Le Hendrick dedicate the new Engine 52, a Ferrara Fire apparatus fire engine, in a "wet down and push-in" ceremony. The Engine has 2,000 gallons-per-minute pumping capacity and will be one of 7 fire trucks operated in the city. Engine 52 replaces a 2000 model fire truck.
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