HOUSTON – The Houston Fire Department began to roll out nine new fire trucks on Houston streets on Tuesday.
In a news release from HFD, the department says the average age of their fleet is now seven years.
Some of the features in each truck include 500-gallon water tanks, occupant protection (steering wheel, airbags, etc), intercom and radio system, high-visibility LED scene lights and vest hangers.
HFD said they currently have a total of 58 vehicle pumpers.
Check out photos of the new fire trucks below: