The Brock Township Fire Department has added a new rescue vehicle to its fleet.
Built by Dependable Emergency Vehicles, the 2020 Freightliner walk-in has seating capacity for five in the cab. Its purchase was included in this year’s budget and is replacing a 2000 model.
“The truck laid out mainly for supporting ice water rescue and water rescue, but also responses for motor vehicle collisions, fires, rehab and can also serve as a command post,” said Brock Township Fire Chief Rick Harrison.
It will be located at the Beaverton hall.
In the photo, left to right, are Brock Township CAO Dean Hustwick, District Chief Chris Gillespie, Fire Chief Rick Harrison, Deputy Mayor Ted Smith, Councillor Mike Jubb and Deputy Fire Chief Wayne Ward.