Firefighters train on new truck


Sidney Firefighter Greg Francis, of Minster, operates the ladder on a new fire truck as Firefighter Jason Truesdale, of Sidney, looks on behind the fire station Tuesday. Behind them is Aerial Specialist Brad Harbaugh, of Holden, Louisiana, who was there training firefighters how to use the new truck. Called a “quint,” the new vehicle serves as an engine and a ladder truck and will provide five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders. It replaces an existing truck.

Sidney Firefighter Greg Francis, of Minster, operates the ladder on a new fire truck as Firefighter Jason Truesdale, of Sidney, looks on behind the fire station Tuesday. Behind them is Aerial Specialist Brad Harbaugh, of Holden, Louisiana, who was there training firefighters how to use the new truck. Called a “quint,” the new vehicle serves as an engine and a ladder truck and will provide five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders. It replaces an existing truck.


Sidney Firefighter Greg Francis, of Minster, operates the ladder on a new fire truck as Firefighter Jason Truesdale, of Sidney, looks on behind the fire station Tuesday. Behind them is Aerial Specialist Brad Harbaugh, of Holden, Louisiana, who was there training firefighters how to use the new truck. Called a “quint,” the new vehicle serves as an engine and a ladder truck and will provide five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders. It replaces an existing truck.

Sidney Firefighter Greg Francis, of Minster, operates the ladder on a new fire truck as Firefighter Jason Truesdale, of Sidney, looks on behind the fire station Tuesday. Behind them is Aerial Specialist Brad Harbaugh, of Holden, Louisiana, who was there training firefighters how to use the new truck. Called a “quint,” the new vehicle serves as an engine and a ladder truck and will provide five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders. It replaces an existing truck.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/08/web1_SDN081815NewFireTruck.jpgSidney Firefighter Greg Francis, of Minster, operates the ladder on a new fire truck as Firefighter Jason Truesdale, of Sidney, looks on behind the fire station Tuesday. Behind them is Aerial Specialist Brad Harbaugh, of Holden, Louisiana, who was there training firefighters how to use the new truck. Called a “quint,” the new vehicle serves as an engine and a ladder truck and will provide five functions: pump, water tank, fire hose, aerial device and ground ladders. It replaces an existing truck.