Camden County adds brand new fire engine to its rescue fleet

Camden County Fire Rescue is pleased to announce the arrival of a new engine. Engine 14 is now responding to calls from Firehouse 5 off of Roberts Path in central Camden County.

CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. — Camden County Fire Rescue has a shiny new fire engine in its garage.


Engine 14 will be responding to calls from Firehouse 5 located off of Roberts Path in central Camden County.

The new engine was ordered in October 2021 and cost $341,689 using unincorporated funds.

“This new engine is an asset to our department as we seek to better serve Camden County through updates to our frontline response vehicles,” Fire Rescue Chief Terry Smith said. “We continue to thank the Board of Commissioners for their ongoing support of Camden County Fire Rescue.”

In a push-in ceremony on Fri. Jan. 26, fire rescue staff honored historic firefighters.

Camden County Fire Rescue honored historic firefighters with push-in ceremony of it's new fire engine.

The department said that while push-in ceremonies have been held at fire stations for generations, this is the first time that Camden County Fire Rescue used this method for welcoming a new vehicle.

Camden County is also awaiting the delivery of one ambulance, two tankers, and two additional engines over the next two years.

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