A fire engine
was enshrined in his heart as an appalling thing that he loved with a distant dog-like devotion.
A few moments later, a queer sight amongst all these untoward and unexpected happenings, a fire engine
dashed under the arch, narrowly missing the broken fragments of brick and stone, swung around, and a dozen fire-hoses commenced to play upon the flaming building.
have you managed to invent a mechanical corset, or a baby's bottle, or a fire engine
, or chimneys that consume no fuel, or ovens which cook cutlets with three sheets of paper?
A TEACHER was killed when a fire engine
smashed into her car as she drove her daughter to Brownies, an inquest heard yesterday.
We were so excited to see a fire engine
in our car park.
But an Audit Commission report into the Cheshire TRVs reveals the initial cost is pounds 100,000, which is pounds 50,000 cheaper than a standard fire engine
and, over its 10-year life span, one TRV could save the brigade a further pounds 83,000 in fuel and maintenance costs when compared to a standard fire appliance.
A second fire engine
here is vitally important, if a second fire engine
has to come from another station it will take more time, seconds are vital in a fire situation, let alone minutes.
Forest Service workers posing as pedestrians push a stroller and walk in front of a fire engine
during a training drill.
A 45-YEAR-OLD woman was fined yesterday after she admitted stealing a fire engine
while its crew dealt with a flood near her home.
A group of about 20 youths pelted the fire engine
with bricks and stones, breaking the windscreen and side window.
The proposal includes two singleaxle, four-door, diesel-powered engines, as well as to allow the Nanoose fire department to trade in a 1990 International fire engine
and use it to offset the cost of the purchase.
April 6, 2012: Thugs hurl Molotov cocktails at a fire engine
while it struggles to douse burning tyres in Sehla.