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Waynesboro, VA Pierce Ascendant Ladder Truck




 




I headed out to the George Washington National Forest for some off road 4X4 fun and was able to snap some photos of the City of Waynesboro, VA Department responding to an alarm activation at a local hotel.  The department had just taken delivery of the truck early this year.  

Here are the Specs below:

CHASSIS Velocity® 
BODY Ascendant® 100’ Heavy-Duty Aerial Tower 
ACTUAL OVERALL HEIGHT 10' 10" 
ENGINE Cummins X12 HORSEPOWER 500 hp 
FRONT SUSPENSION TAK-4® Independent Front Suspension 
REAR SUSPENSION TAK-4® Independent Rear Suspension 
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Command Zone™ 
PUMP Waterous Midship PUMP GPM 2000 gpm 
TANK Foam Water TANK SIZE 300 gallons 
GENERATOR KW 8 kW

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