Clinton mayor Susan Swan (second from left) with members of the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department and their new rescue truck. Photo: Monika Schittek.

New rescue truck for Clinton firefighters

Fire department got a wonderful Christmas gift to close the year

Volunteer firefighters in Clinton had an early Christmas gift: they took delivery of a new rescue truck on Dec. 17, which will replace their old one.

The truck was purchased with funds the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department received from the province for fighting wildfires in the area in 2017.



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