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FDNY retires 'Freedom Engine' after 11 years of service

12:26 AM, Mar 31, 2013   |    comments
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The New York Fire Department retired its "Freedom Engine" after 11 years of service.

East Tennesseans donated the $950,000 truck to the FDNY after the September 11th terrorist attacks.

During its tenure with ladder company 14, which serves East Harlem, the freedom engine got plenty of use. Not only did it put out fires, but it also made rescues and provided other services to the community.

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