Newberry Springs Voluntary Fire Department's Push-in



E392 pumper being pushed into its bay. Click image to enlarge.

  Newberry Springs Celebrates 
  Arrival Of New Fire Engine 
  With "Push-in" Ceremony!  

Posted: February 24, 2024
Newberry Springs Community Alliance
by Ted Stimpfel

Community welcomes new fire pumper.

    With perfect weather, the Newberry Springs Volunteer Fire Department (NSVFD) held its highly anticipated "push-in" celebration for its new Engine 392 pumper on Saturday, February 24th.

    The event drew a supportive crowd, with attendees treated to a delicious spread of pizzas, assorted cookies, and refreshing drinks. To the delight of the younger guests (and the young at heart), the department also distributed neat-o plastic fire helmets and coloring books.

    The heart of the ceremony involved a traditional "push-in," where community members joined forces with NSVFD volunteers to ceremoniously push the pumper into its bay, officially marking its entry into service.

    Following the successful "push-in," Engine 392 proudly fulfilled its first official duty, offering the public the opportunity to ride in the new vehicle.

    This event underscores the vital role played by the NSVFD in keeping the community safe. The arrival of Engine 392 marks a significant upgrade and strengthens the department's capability to respond to emergencies effectively.

    The positive turnout at the "push-in" ceremony further emphasizes the strong sense of community spirit in Newberry Springs and the public's appreciation for the dedicated service of their local firefighters.

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