Apparatus Deliveries: St. Pete (FL) Fire Department Receives E-ONE Fire Apparatus

Ocala, FL--Thanks to a federal grant, the city of St. Pete Beach, Florida, and the St. Pete Fire Department recently added an E-ONE HP 78 ladder to its very active fire apparatus fleet. Serving 10,000 people on the weekdays and upwards of 30,000 people on the weekends along with 62 high-rise buildings, St. Pete Beach's 27 firefighters stay busy with a variety of calls. When configuring their new aerial, versatility was key. "What was most crucial to us when ordering this aerial was the unit's flexibility to respond to everything from fire to rescue to extrication to EMS and beyond," said St. Pete Beach Fire Chief Dan Graves. "There are two critical components of this ...

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