Dedication Ceremony for New Engines at the Turlock Fire Department
I’m Ed Smith, a Turlock car accident lawyer. Congratulations are in order to the dedicated members of the Turlock Fire Department, who are now in possession of two new fire engines for Stations 2 and 4. The dedication ceremony was held on April 20 at the Turlock Public Safety Facility, complete with plaques mounted on the new engines to celebrate the occasion.
Engine 32, at Station 2, comes with a Rosenbauer “crossfire” engine, a tight turn radius for better maneuverability, ladders with pull down mounts and the capability to fight grass fires that are spreading because of its roll and spray feature. Even the paint job is custom. Mike Harcksen, captain of the fire department in Turlock, teamed with members of the Turlock Fire Apparatus Committee, Capt. David Mallory and engineers Becchetti and Boyd to custom design the updated fire engine. Thanks to their innovation and considerable knowledge, Turlock now has a fire engine that uses every space to the best advantage.