New fire engine at Meridian Fire Department


To better respond to fires in the city, the Meridian Fire Department got a brand-new fire truck.  Yesterday, the department unveiled its new quintuple combination pumper engine. 



“This helps us do our job and accomplish our mission.  It’s 107 feet, has a 1500 gpm-pump, holds 500 gallons of water, it’s state-of-the-art,” said Fire Chief Anthony Clayton.   


The truck is now the largest fire engine at the department.  It cost $1.2 million dollars and was financed through Citizens National Bank. 

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