Empire Emergency Apparatus Sells New Fire Engine To The Village of Clifton Springs Fire Department

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Emergency vehicle and fire-apparatus company sells well-equipped fire engine to Village of Clifton Springs fire department.

Empire Emergency Apparatus Inc is pleased to announce the sale of a Rosenbauer Custom Stainless Steel FX Series Top Mount apparatus, body mounted on a Freightliner M2 106 chassis. This highly customized apparatus, designed by James Tabor of Empire Emergency Apparatus and the Clifton Springs Fire Department, will be utilized as a front line piece of apparatus to assist in fighting fire as well as many other emergent and non-emergent calls within the Village of Clifton Springs NY.

The fire engine is equipped with the Rosenbauer Custom Built Stainless Steel FX Top Mount Apparatus Body, front bumper mounted rescue reels, 750-gallon poly water tank, Rosenbauer 2-arm ladder rack and Rosenbauer EZ-Climb hosebed access ladder and a Rosenbauer N55 1500 GPM water pump with the Rosenbauer Auto-Prime System. Since 1866, Rosenbauer has been a leader in the firefighting technology industry, and continues to provide the best in equipment.

Empire Emergency Apparatus services, modifies and upfits all makes and models of emergency vehicles. They have serviced emergency vehicles for Rochester, Cortland, Batavia and more. To see some of their work, please visit their website, http://www.empirefiretrucks.com/.

About the company:
Empire Emergency Apparatus is a full-service emergency vehicle and fire apparatus sales, service, and police vehicle upfitting company established in 2006. Headquartered in Niagara Falls, New York, Empire Emergency Apparatus occupies the newly-remodeled 13,000 square foot former fire hall located at 3995 Lockport Road, Niagara Falls, N.Y., 14305. They are the only fire apparatus sales, service, and police car upfitters in New York State to occupy a former fire hall. Empire Emergency Apparatus boasts a 7,500 square foot maintenance service and repair shop, fully supplied with parts stocked, to get repairs done quickly and cost efficiently. In addition, their apparatus technicians and upfitters receive annual training on new technologies and modern maintenance techniques. For more information, please visit their website.

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