Raymond Terrace get a new Fire Truck

Fire and Rescue NSW assistant commissioner Paul McGuiggan, Deputy Commissioner Jim Hamilton, Raymond Terrance firefighters James Goodliff, Christan Zeder, Scot McDonald, Raymond Terrace fire captain Dennis Peters, Giacomo Arnott, Ebony Kennewell-Ingram, Isabel Rios.
Fire and Rescue NSW assistant commissioner Paul McGuiggan, Deputy Commissioner Jim Hamilton, Raymond Terrance firefighters James Goodliff, Christan Zeder, Scot McDonald, Raymond Terrace fire captain Dennis Peters, Giacomo Arnott, Ebony Kennewell-Ingram, Isabel Rios.

 

MINISTER for Emergency Services Troy Grant last week joined Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter Scot MacDonald to hand over a $325,000 firefighting tanker to Raymond Terrace Fire Station.

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Mr Grant said the new Mercedes Benz fire truck will increase the capacity of Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) firefighters to deal with fires, road accidents, chemical spills and other emergencies in the Hunter region.

“The NSW Government is committed to providing our dedicated firefighters with the best equipment and technology available,” Mr Grant said.

“This state-of-the-art vehicle, known as a ‘Class 2’ pumper, features a high-pressure pump capable of delivering 3,000 litres of water per minute.

“It is fitted with all the safety features expected of a modern firefighting vehicle and the rear of the truck has been remounted and modified to provide more room for fire and rescue equipment.”

This new truck will help firefighters better protect Raymond Terrace and surrounding communities and improve the overall quality of emergency response.

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