New fire truck painted with Aboriginal artwork

Updated August 11 2021 - 10:48am, first published August 3 2021 - 9:45am
Celebrating the formal handover of the new $530,000 appliance to Glen Innes Fire & Rescue Station 302 (from left) Inspector Wayne Zikan, Area Commander Chief Superintendent Gary Mckinnon, Zone Commander Superintendent Tom Cooper, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall, Glen Innes Aboriginal artist and educator Adele Chapman-Burgess, Acting Glen Innes Station Captain Vince Davy and retained firefighters Brent Stevens, Robert Grange, Beau Proctor and Nigel Sharman.
Celebrating the formal handover of the new $530,000 appliance to Glen Innes Fire & Rescue Station 302 (from left) Inspector Wayne Zikan, Area Commander Chief Superintendent Gary Mckinnon, Zone Commander Superintendent Tom Cooper, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall, Glen Innes Aboriginal artist and educator Adele Chapman-Burgess, Acting Glen Innes Station Captain Vince Davy and retained firefighters Brent Stevens, Robert Grange, Beau Proctor and Nigel Sharman.

Red and blue lights won't be the only thing that stands out when Glen Innes Fire & Rescue NSW (FRNSW) attends its next incident, with the unit's new firefighting pumper painted with a local Aboriginal artwork, depicting the region's rich cultural heritage.

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