The Alpha Fire Company’s Sutphen aerial apparatus fire truck was removed from service in September at the request of the manufacturer. The ladders on similar trucks have failed, resulting in multiple injuries to firefighters and the public. Although the truck has been returned, it remains out of service.
The Alpha Fire Company’s Sutphen aerial apparatus fire truck was removed from service in September at the request of the manufacturer. The ladders on similar trucks have failed, resulting in multiple injuries to firefighters and the public. Although the truck has been returned, it remains out of service. CDT photo
The Alpha Fire Company’s Sutphen aerial apparatus fire truck was removed from service in September at the request of the manufacturer. The ladders on similar trucks have failed, resulting in multiple injuries to firefighters and the public. Although the truck has been returned, it remains out of service. CDT photo

New aerial truck remains out of service for Alpha Fire Company

January 14, 2015 6:45 PM

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