Tractor-drawn aerial apparatus similar to the type purchased by Seaside Fire and Rescue.
Fire Chief Joey Daniels before the City Council discussing the department's bid for new apparatus.
SEASIDE — In about 18 months, Seaside Fire and Rescue will be the proud owner of a new tractor-drawn aerial quint.
The nearly $1.2 million firefighting apparatus provides five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders.
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