FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Fire Department welcomed a new fire engine into service in the City today, January 4.
Framingham Fire Chief Michael Dutcher, Assistant Fire Chief John Schultz, and new mayor Charlie Sisitsky were in Nobscot as Engine 7 went into service at the fire station on Water Street in the Nobscot section of the City of Framingham.
The new engine is a 2021 Pierce Enforcer.
It was built in Wisconsin and arrived in the City in December.
The cost was about $780,000.
The new Engine 7 replaces a 2010 fire engine.
The new engine can carry “750 gallons of water.”
The 2021 Pierce engine has 1,000 feet of 4-inch hose and a forest fire hose.
Charlie and Jimmy Rousseau were also in attendance as the new fire truck began serving the City out of station 7.