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fire truck

noun as in truck used to fight fires

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The idea was for the city to have a property where it could repair city fire trucks.

Current estimates suggest it’ll be another two years before a city mechanic first fixes a city fire truck at the facility.

Four years later, not a single fire truck has been repaired there.

Fire Chief Doug Perry said one of the biggest problems is there’s not always enough room for fire trucks and ladders to set up next to a real building in need of rescue because these structures are in the way.

A bloody sheet covered the driver’s body, legs splayed on the pavement, surrounded by a ring of fire trucks.

A fire truck roars down a city street and people cheer its arrival.

“Think about a fire truck at the local fire station in your neighborhood,” Thompson told the magazine.

Being put in charge of the dog really made his day … He and the dog are watching the fire from the front seat of the fire truck.

Because she still has a real family, he leaves her to be discovered in the front seat of a fire truck.

A fire truck going “about 100 mph” had sideswiped his cab on the Williamsburg Bridge, he says.

At nine-fifteen Mr. Culver and Myrtle were married at the same address by Mr. Ostermaier, standing in front of the fire truck.

They arrived to discover a fire-truck parked on the side of the freeway nearest the shantytown.

"There are," said Charlie Sands, sitting down on the fire truck.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fire truck, such as: fire engine, hook and ladder, and ladder truck.

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