PFD gives new engine TLC

Piqua Firefighter Corbin Peltier washes a window on the department’s new addition to the fleet, a Rescue/Engine 3. The vehicle was delivered on Wednesday morning. Following a wash and inspection, it will be delivered to an area company for final outfitting and radio installation. The truck is expected to enter service sometime in April.

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Piqua Firefighter Corbin Peltier washes a window on the department’s new addition to the fleet, a Rescue/Engine 3. The vehicle was delivered on Wednesday morning. Following a wash and inspection, it will be delivered to an area company for final outfitting and radio installation. The truck is expected to enter service sometime in April.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2020/02/web1_021920mju_pfd_engine3-2.jpgPiqua Firefighter Corbin Peltier washes a window on the department’s new addition to the fleet, a Rescue/Engine 3. The vehicle was delivered on Wednesday morning. Following a wash and inspection, it will be delivered to an area company for final outfitting and radio installation. The truck is expected to enter service sometime in April. Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today ©2020 Miami Valley Today. All rights reserved.