Port Renfrew Fire Department's shiny new fire truck.

Port Renfrew Fire Department gets new fire trucks

A new first-responder truck has been added to the fleet of fire-fighting vehicles in Port Renfrew.

  • Apr. 8, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Fire Commission Chair Rob Wilson  presented Chief Chelsey Kuzman with the keys to her brand new Dodge 5500 Diesel First Responder truck.

The vehicle carries 400 gallons of water, pump system, fire fighting equipment, generator and cost $140,000. The Port Renfrew taxpayers were supplemented with a $10,000 donation from local developer 3 Point Properties towards the purchase.

Hicks thanked the Port Renfew Fire Fighters for their dedication to the community and singled out Chief Kuzman for her leadership. He said, “Chief Kuzman deserves the very best first responder truck on the Island.”

The Port Renfrew Fire Department sponsored their annual Easter Egg hunt and pancake breakfast. Well over 100 people and children attended.

 

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