Murrieta Fire Department reports final 2023 year activities to Murrieta City Council

Murrieta fire Chief Bernard Molloy told the Murrieta City Council that the fire department received 11,628 calls for service with 154 actual fire incidents, 528 traffic accidents and 7,877 emergency medical calls in 2023.The year-end report was given to the council in full session Tuesday, March 5, at Murrieta City Hall. Molloy, following his report on the five city fire station’s activities, received an OK for the fire department to purchase and order a replacement Pierce Type 1 fire engine for $1,168,684 and its equipment for $230,000.Molloy said once the new engine is ordered, it will take almost four years to build and deliver. In the meantime, the current Type 1 Engine will be maintained and deployed with reserve engines available when needed. The money to buy the new engine
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