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A new $415,000 rescue truck that replaces the fire department’s 18 year-old truck, sits outside at Station 91 last Sunday.  - John Livingston/Contributed photo
A new $415,000 rescue truck that replaces the fire department’s 18 year-old truck, sits outside at Station 91 last Sunday.
— image credit: John Livingston/Contributed photo

A new $415,000 rescue truck replaced the fire department’s 18 year-old truck. The truck includes state of the art rescue and medical equipment and offers better maneuverability for navigating the Islands winding lanes and steep driveways. Funding was authorized by a $5.2 million capital levy passed by Island voters in the fall of 2012 that was also for the new fire station.

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