By: Emily Johnson
July 8, 2014
Thomasville, GA - The Grady County Volunteer Fire Department just got a little bit bigger.
The department welcomed their newest addition to the line up of vehicles. It's a 2014 Dodge Fire Rescue truck that was $105,000. Fire Officials said they're excited to get this vehicle and it'll definitely help them serve the citizens in Grady County.
"This unit is much more efficient, it's four wheel drive. It has what some people call the jaws of life the tools on it that we need to go to work the minute we arrive on the scene," said Fire Chief Wayne Hadden, Grady County Volunteer Fire Department.
The truck was paid for through a special option sales tax that was voted on by the people in Grady County.
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