A new truck for HazMat team


Sidney Assistant Fire Chief Cameron Haller, left, talks to Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff about the new HazMat 2 vehicle purchased for the Shelby County HazMat Team with state grant funds. The new vehicle was on display during an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Sidney Fire Department. The new vehicle is a 2005 Mack heavy rescue truck which is replacing the old 1979 International truck which was a converted beverage transportation truck. The truck is a type 2 Hazmat vehicle which is equipped to respond to all hazards except radiological.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Assistant Fire Chief Cameron Haller, left, talks to Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff about the new HazMat 2 vehicle purchased for the Shelby County HazMat Team with state grant funds. The new vehicle was on display during an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Sidney Fire Department. The new vehicle is a 2005 Mack heavy rescue truck which is replacing the old 1979 International truck which was a converted beverage transportation truck. The truck is a type 2 Hazmat vehicle which is equipped to respond to all hazards except radiological.

Sidney Assistant Fire Chief Cameron Haller, left, talks to Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff about the new HazMat 2 vehicle purchased for the Shelby County HazMat Team with state grant funds. The new vehicle was on display during an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Sidney Fire Department. The new vehicle is a 2005 Mack heavy rescue truck which is replacing the old 1979 International truck which was a converted beverage transportation truck. The truck is a type 2 Hazmat vehicle which is equipped to respond to all hazards except radiological.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/11/web1_SDN110817HazMat.jpgSidney Assistant Fire Chief Cameron Haller, left, talks to Sidney City Manager Mark Cundiff about the new HazMat 2 vehicle purchased for the Shelby County HazMat Team with state grant funds. The new vehicle was on display during an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7 at the Sidney Fire Department. The new vehicle is a 2005 Mack heavy rescue truck which is replacing the old 1979 International truck which was a converted beverage transportation truck. The truck is a type 2 Hazmat vehicle which is equipped to respond to all hazards except radiological. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News