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Lebanon Fire District Receives First Type 6 Engine from Oregon State Fire Marshal's Engine Program (Photo) - 07/09/24

The Lebanon Fire District has received one of the first Type 6 Engines from the Oregon State Fire Marshal's Engine Program. Chief Joseph Rodondi states, "We are proud to partner with the Oregon State Fire Marshal. This well-designed and well-built wildland fire engine will serve our community and help keep small fires small."

The OSFM's program is driven by insights from a comprehensive 2021 gap analysis survey, conducted in collaboration with Oregon fire defense boards. With input from a diverse committee of fire agencies, this ensured a careful and inclusive approach to improving fire response.

At its core, the OSFM's program is dedicated to improving Oregon's response to the increasing threat of wildfires. It focuses on supporting local response efforts, facilitating regional mutual aid, and effectively managing conflagrations. For more information about the OSFM Engine Program and its impact, visit www.oregon.gov/osfm/wildfire/pages/engine-program.aspx.

For an inside look at the delivery process and the Type 6 engine in action, check out this video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vglo145bylA.

Thank you again to the Oregon State Fire Marshal. We are looking forward to continuing our partnership and seeing the impact of this new engine.

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