Lodi Fire Department retires engine

  • Source: Lodi Enterprise and Poynette Press
  • Published: 10/06/2022 12:00 AM

As of the end of September, the Lodi Area Fire Department announced the decommissioning of Engine 10. Since 1998, Engine 10 has been the department's front line fire engine, but has been retired after 24 years of service. Maintenance of the vehicle, according to a statement released by Fire Chief Bobby Annen, had gradually begun to outweigh the value of retaining the truck. For the past six months, according to the release, Engine 10 has been kept in Harmony Grove, initially due to Highway J road construction and later due to a lack of space, following the department's acquisition of Engine 11.


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