Volunteer Firefighters Get Their First New Engine

The Huntington Volunteer Fire Department has its first new fire truck in almost 60 years. The shiny red engine cost $165,000, but the department only had to come up with ten percent of the money. The rest came from a FEMA grant.

The department now has six vehicles. The other five are either used or hand-me-down trucks.

The firefighters held several fundraisers to help pay for the new engine. It'll mainly be used to put out home and vehicle fires.