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Monday, 16th May 2022

Louth County Council Fire Service expands its fleet

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Cathaoirleach of Louth County Council, Pio Smith (centre) presents the keys of the new vehicles to Chief Fire Officer, Eamon Woulfe watched by Fire Fighter Mark Lynch from Ardee Station, Fire Fighter Gareth Floyd from Drogheda Station and Fire Fighter Alan Barnett of Drogheda Station.

Louth County Council has taken delivery of four new vehicles to its Fire Service fleet. The vehicles were funded in full by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.

Each of these vehicles will support the delivery of Louth County Council Fire Service for the citizens and road users of Louth.

Three of the vehicles are primarily for use at countywide roads-based incidents and will be allocated to Ardee, Drogheda and Dundalk Fire Stations.

The Fourth vehicle will enhance the command-and-control function at more serious and complex incidents, providing a safer working environment for all our personnel and ensuring a better outcome to such incidents.

The vehicles are a very welcome addition to Louth Fire Service who carry out vital emergency services throughout the county.

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