NEW FIRE TRUCK
Santaquin Fire Chief Stephen Olson addresses a group assembled outside the Santaquin Fire/EMS Department bay to welcome Fire Engine 145 to its fleet. Engine 145 is a fully equipped, structural 1,500-gallon-per-minute pumper truck with a 1,000-gallon water tank capacity. Santaquin Fire/EMS is the only Paramedic Certified department in south Utah County and Engine 145 is an asset that will serve the area for many years to come. Engine 145 was purchased from Ross Equipment, which is an authorized dealer of Pierce Fire Trucks. The department has a long-standing relationship with Pierce since purchasing its first engine for the department from them 30 years ago. This engine is still in use as a wildland fire truck.
Santaquin Fire/EMS Department celebrated the purchase of a new fire truck recently.