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Village Acquires New Fire Engine to Serve Community

In an effort to best serve the Mundelein community, the Mundelein Fire Department is pleased to announce the acquisition of a new fire engine to its equipment fleet.

The 2017 Pierce Enforcer replaces a 2003 fire engine. The new fire engine has a 1500 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, Front bumper mounted pre-connected extrication equipment and Advanced Life Support (ALS) medical capabilities. The purchase price for the vehicle was $505,000. The fire engine will serve the Mundelein community for years to come.

Chief Deputy Fire Chief, Bill Lark extends a warm thank you to those who served on the vehicle committee:

Lt. Jones
FF Rubio
FF Myers
FF Englund
Jerry Hemmerling – Vehicle Maintenance Superintendent

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