Lexington's new Engine 8, which has a mustache on the bumper honoring the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team, was on display during a news conference Thursday at Lexington's Fire Station 1 on East Third Street. The city has bought four new ambulances, five new engines and two ladder trucks. The new equipment is destined for 10 of the city's 23 fire stations. Engine 8 is near the Whitaker Bank Ballpark, where the Legends play.
Lexington's new Engine 8, which has a mustache on the bumper honoring the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team, was on display during a news conference Thursday at Lexington's Fire Station 1 on East Third Street. The city has bought four new ambulances, five new engines and two ladder trucks. The new equipment is destined for 10 of the city's 23 fire stations. Engine 8 is near the Whitaker Bank Ballpark, where the Legends play. Herald-Leader
Lexington's new Engine 8, which has a mustache on the bumper honoring the Lexington Legends minor league baseball team, was on display during a news conference Thursday at Lexington's Fire Station 1 on East Third Street. The city has bought four new ambulances, five new engines and two ladder trucks. The new equipment is destined for 10 of the city's 23 fire stations. Engine 8 is near the Whitaker Bank Ballpark, where the Legends play. Herald-Leader

Lexington unveils new fire engines and ambulances

September 11, 2014 03:34 PM

UPDATED June 19, 2015 07:34 AM

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