County purchases new equipment to be used for fire, rescue operations

  • Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Rabun County Fire Services put the county’s first ladder truck into service recently. It responds to fire and rescue calls across the county. Pictured from left are Darrin Giles, county administrator, Greg James, commissioner chairman, James Reed, fire chief, Justin Upchurch, assistant fire chief, and Commissioners Kent Woerner, Scott Crane and Will Nichols.
    Megan Broome/The Clayton Tribune. Rabun County Fire Services put the county’s first ladder truck into service recently. It responds to fire and rescue calls across the county. Pictured from left are Darrin Giles, county administrator, Greg James, commissioner chairman, James Reed, fire chief, Justin Upchurch, assistant fire chief, and Commissioners Kent Woerner, Scott Crane and Will Nichols.
  • Photo courtesy Rabun County Fire Services
    Photo courtesy Rabun County Fire Services
Rabun County Fire Services’ 12 stations respond to calls around the county, and they now have a ladder truck for fire and rescue.  The 75-foot 2001 E-One ladder truck is the county’s first and was…

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