ACTON (CBS) – – Firefighters from the South Acton station went to work thanks to a loaner engine truck from Concord on Friday. Hopefully, it represents a change in luck for the town’s heroes. “Takes place in 3s,” stated Performing Fire Chief Robert Hart. “It’s all a headache, however it is what it is. We’ll make it through it.” The fire department is down to just 2 of its own engines thanks to 3 regrettable scenarios. The full fleet includes 4 engines and one ladder truck. In December, the town’s only ladder truck caught fire in the station; an electrical concern probably began it. One engine decreased due to mechanical issues. On Wednesday, a SUV knocked into another engine while it returned from a call. It is uncertain when the damaged trucks will be repaired and it how much it will cost. Concord’s back-up truck at least fills a possibly huge space. “We have three stations,” stated Captain Jack White. “We would be doing a dreadful great deal of running around and this (loaner truck) saves us.” Acton’s Fire Chief is retiring and Robert Hart ended up being Performing Chief on Friday. The loaner fire engine likewise showed up that afternoon. Now, he simply requires absolutely nothing else to take place to the fleet. Lots of in the town said they have faith. “I believe they do a great task,” stated Mara Epstein … See all stories on this subject BREAKING: Caterpillar to drop employment truck line Amidst a continuing corporate restructuring, Caterpillar revealed today that it will stop production of its on-highway employment CT truck line. Feline stated about 70 jobs would be influenced by the decision. & ldquo; Continuing to be a feasible competitor in this market would require significant additional financial investment to establish and release a
complete portfolio of trucks, and upon an upgraded evaluation, we determined there was not an enough market opportunity to validate the investment, & rdquo; said Ramin Younessi, vice president with obligation for Caterpillar & rsquo; s Industrial Power Systems Division. & ldquo; We have actually not yet started truck production in Victoria, and this decision permits us to exit this company before the shift takes place. & rdquo; The company & rsquo; s vocational truck line consists of the CT681,” CT660 and CT680. Released in 2011, the line was at first built by Navistar. Last year, Feline revealed it would begin production of the trucks itself in Victoria, Texas. Looking back at Feline Trucks: Photos: Caterpillar & rsquo; s CT660 occupation truck Article: Caterpillar to construct trucks on its own Post: Caterpillar unveils brand-new CT680 model Photos: Test driving the new CT680 Caterpillar said after examining the & ldquo; current business climate in the truck market and an extensive examination of business, the company decided it would withdraw from this market. & rdquo; Feline at first struck a handle 2009 with Navistar to develop a vocational truck line, launching the CT660 in 2011, based on Navistar & rsquo; s PayStar chassis. Navistar ceased that design this year, replacing it with the HX Series. The first CT660s rolling off the production line were offered with either a 10.5 L C11 engine or a 12. L C13, both based on Navistar MaxxForce engines”. A set-forward axle setup, dubbed the CT681, was added to the line in was introduced in 2014. The CT680 design was’anticipated to even more expand Feline & rsquo; s existence with a 15L engine choice and tractor setup. Last year, when … See all stories on this topic
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