BLM gives fire engine to Vale

VALE – As part of a new program, the Vale Fire and Ambulance Department recently received a fire engine, upgrading their wildland firefighting capabilities.  

The Rural Fire Readiness program is designed to provide equipment to local wildland firefighting agencies at no cost, the BLM said in a press release.

The Vale agency, which covers some 500 square miles, got to pick up the 2002 Freightliner fire engine. It . . .

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