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.
Moscow was burned because it found itself in a position in which any town built of wood was bound to burn, quite apart from whether it had, or had not, a hundred and thirty inferior fire engines
He said Mr Senior died "as he crossed Lockwood Road in Huddersfield at a pedestrian crossing when the lights were against him and was struck by a fire engine
responding to an emergency call at that point driving on the wrong side of the road.
Residents blamed the county government for laxity as no fire engine
arrived to fight the fire.
If proposals to have just one full time fire engine
in Crewe had been in place, with four people on one pump, it would have proved a real struggle.
And they will be served from unusual vehicles - drink from the Tipple Truck bar in a fire engine
and eat pizzas from a horsebox.
None of the firemen aboard the fire engine
April 6, 2012: Thugs hurl Molotov cocktails at a fire engine
while it struggles to douse burning tyres in Sehla.
A FIRE engine
from the region is beginning a new life helping improve road safety in one of Europe's poorest countries.
THE proposals include: Closing Marine Fire Station and transferring the existing fire engine
to Stockton - removing 20 whole-time firefighter posts saving PS0.
The review suggests having one fire engine
manned by five full-time firefighters, and another engine manned by four "on-call" or retained firefighters.