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By John M. Malecky The Oxford (MA) Fire EMS Department replaced a pumper with this SMEAL quint. Chief Jeffrey Wilson says that the district is experiencing extensive growth, and this vehicle provides ladder and heavy stream capability because the department's primary ladder truck is a distance away. Features/Equipment: SPARTAN chassis with 212-inch wheelbase and six-seat cab; CUMMINS ISL 400-hp diesel engine with ALLISON 3000 EVS automatic transmission; WATEROUS CS single-stage, 1,250-gpm pump with 1¾-inch front bumper line, three crosslays (two 1¾- and one 2½-inch), and rear HANNAY hosereel with one-inch forestry hose; UPF 750-gallon water tank; 55-foot aerial ladder with 500-pound tip...

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