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Fire Engine Photos
Seagrave Pump/Squrt Mill Creek
Painted in Miil Creek "green," Squirt 21 is a 1989 Seagrave 1500 gpm pumper with a 750 gallon water tank. It serves as the department's mutual-aid engine, responding on calls in neighborhing fire districts. Since 1927 the department's apparatus have carried the green color, adding white over cabs in the 1970's and the safety stripe in the 1990's.
Picture added on 26 February 2009