Fire Engines

A fire engine (also known in some territories as a fire apparatus, fire truck, or fire appliance) is a vehicle designed primarily for firefighting operations. In addition, many fire departments often employ their vehicles for various other uses including emergency medical services and rescue purposes. The terms "fire engine" and "fire truck" are often used interchangeably but in North America represent different types of vehicles.

The primary purposes of a fire engine include transporting firefighters to an incident scene, providing water with which to fight a fire, and carrying other equipment

Stanley's Fire Engine (Stanley Picture Books)
Fire Engine No. 9
Fire Truck vs. Dragon
A Fire Truck Named Red
I'm Brave! (Kate and Jim Mcmullan)
Fire Trucks (Mighty Machines, Blastoff! Readers Level 1)
Flash, the Little Fire Engine
Fire Engines
A Chair for My Mother
Drive A Fire Engine
Fire Truck Factory (Heinemann Read and Learn)
Meeow and the Big Box
Fire Trucks (Mighty Machines)

Mmm, carry me.” I laughed, reaching for my sweatpants. “I carry girls, boys, and women, not fully grown capable men.” “Slacker.” He grinned, shoving me.
Shaye Evans, Seduction Squad

Kristen Henderson
I like watching from inside, as if locked away and stealing the distinct pleasure of a high school marching band drum section’s pure perfection. How stoically they play in the exhaust of a fire engine’s wake.
Kristen Henderson, Of My Maiden Smoking

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