New medic enters service


Piqua Fire Department’s newest piece of equipment, Medic 3 shown on the scene of a recent fire on Boone Street. The fire department took delivery of the new medic unit on February 7. Since entering service as the department’ “first out” medic on the 13rth the ambulance has already made a number of runs. The average useful life of a medic unit is approximately 15 years.


Piqua Fire Department’s newest piece of equipment, Medic 3 shown on the scene of a recent fire on Boone Street. The fire department took delivery of the new medic unit on February 7. Since entering service as the department’ “first out” medic on the 13rth the ambulance has already made a number of runs. The average useful life of a medic unit is approximately 15 years.

Piqua Fire Department’s newest piece of equipment, Medic 3 shown on the scene of a recent fire on Boone Street. The fire department took delivery of the new medic unit on February 7. Since entering service as the department’ “first out” medic on the 13rth the ambulance has already made a number of runs. The average useful life of a medic unit is approximately 15 years.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_022617mju_pfd_medic3.jpgPiqua Fire Department’s newest piece of equipment, Medic 3 shown on the scene of a recent fire on Boone Street. The fire department took delivery of the new medic unit on February 7. Since entering service as the department’ “first out” medic on the 13rth the ambulance has already made a number of runs. The average useful life of a medic unit is approximately 15 years.
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