Firefighter Rick Peavey directs traffic around Engine 4, one of the Hilton Head Island Fire and Rescue Division's eight new pumper trucks, which was responding to a car accident on William Hilton Parkway on Friday afternoon. The new trucks have environmentally friendly features including non-toxic, non-polluting firefighting foam, and up-to-date diesel engines that produce less soot and have less harmful emissions than older diesel engines.
Firefighter Rick Peavey directs traffic around Engine 4, one of the Hilton Head Island Fire and Rescue Division's eight new pumper trucks, which was responding to a car accident on William Hilton Parkway on Friday afternoon. The new trucks have environmentally friendly features including non-toxic, non-polluting firefighting foam, and up-to-date diesel engines that produce less soot and have less harmful emissions than older diesel engines.
Firefighter Rick Peavey directs traffic around Engine 4, one of the Hilton Head Island Fire and Rescue Division's eight new pumper trucks, which was responding to a car accident on William Hilton Parkway on Friday afternoon. The new trucks have environmentally friendly features including non-toxic, non-polluting firefighting foam, and up-to-date diesel engines that produce less soot and have less harmful emissions than older diesel engines.

Hilton Head firetrucks go 'green'

September 27, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 27, 2010 12:27 AM

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