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Osceola News Minute - Engine 62 Wetdown and Pushback Ceremony

 

A ceremony for Osceola County's newest piece of firefighting equipment was held today to officially replace a 12-year-old fire engine that had served for more than 345,000 miles. The ceremony consisted of a wetting down of the engine, using water from the former engine. After being hand-dried by ceremony guests, the pushback ceremony took place, where the engine was pushed into the station, paying homage to the way history's fire engines were once placed into service.