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OCFD Takes Delivery - Two New KME Engines

Friday, October 30, 2015
The Ocean City Fire Department has taken delivery of two (2) new KME Predator Engines. The Engines will replace two older fire engines that have been in service for over twenty years. There is a 550 gallon water tank and a 50 gallon foam tank with a 2,000gpm Waterous Fire Pump. The engines are equipped with rear and side view safety cameras for backing and parking. The interior crew cab has two specialized cabinets that house medical supplies. Other features: Booster Line Reel Engine; International MAXXForce 13 450 HP Motor; Light tower Red and Yellow safety marking on the front bumper and rear of the truck to enhance night time visibility of the units while working along roadways. These two new additions allow the department to continue improvements with modern technology to enhance emergency response to the residents and visitors of Ocean City. These new engines are consistent with the previous KME Engines adding consistency to fire apparatus in the Town.

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