A new fire engine, referred to as a Wildland / Urban Interface Engine (because it can be used for both structure fires and wildland fires) has been received by the El Dorado Fire and Rescue Service. It is currently in service and has already been out a few mutual aid fire calls in the Hondo Fire District. The engine was built by a fire apparatus company named KME Fire located in Pennsylvania. It carries 1000 gallons of water and is capable of pumping 1500 GPM. It is a 4WD apparatus and can carry up to 5 firefighters.
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