Knoxville Fire Department Unveils New Rescue

New heavy rescue has space for equipment that is usually kept in a trailer.
(Knoxville Fire Department photo, Twitter)

New heavy rescue replaces a 20year-old rig

FirefighterNation Staff

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – WATE reports that the Knoxville Fire Department has received a new heavy rescue truck.

The new $929,679 rescue will replace a 20-year-old truck with almost 200,000 miles that averages about 1,000 service calls a year.

The heavy rescue is bigger than its predecessor, and has space for trench rescue equipment that would usually have to come in a trailer.

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