The Fire Service at Pawtucket

Issue 4 and Volume 60.

The Fire Service at Pawtucket Our motor apparatus continnues to do excellent service, with much less cost for upkeep than horse-drawn, says Chief Charles H. Fuller, of Pawtucket, R. I., in his annual report of the operation of the fire department, for the year ending December 31, 1915, and he continues: I renew my recommendation of last year that No. 2 and 3 ladder trucks, horsedrawn, be exchanged for motor-driven; that a motor truck be purchased and placed in No. 2 station, that could be used for delivering supplies to the other stations, removing ashes, and in case of accident to one of the hose wagons, could be used in its nlace; that the Superintendent of Fire and Police wires be furnished with an auto, the expense to be divided between the Police and hire Departments. I endorse the recommendation of Commissioner Gill of placing overhead wires under ground, as…

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