Fire truck parade set for 10 a.m. Saturday

  • Posted: Friday, October 4, 2013 4:36 p.m.

SALISBURY — The Salisbury Fire Department will host a Salisbury Rowan Fire Prevention Week Parade at 10 a.m. Saturday.

The parade route will head from south to north on Main Street from Old South Main Street to Liberty Street and will include the following vehicles:


Salisbury Battalion 1 / Chief 10

W. A. Brown 1914 Antique Truck

Salisbury Quint 2

Ellis Cross Country Engine 481

Salisbury Rescue 1

W. A. Brown 1920 Antique Truck

Spencer Engine 751

Enochville Engine 491

Salisbury Ladder 1

W. A. Brown 1948 Antique

China Grove Engine 1, 1929 American LaFrance

Salisbury Quint 3

Spencer Engine 753

W. A. Brown 1949 Antique Truck

Richfield-Misenheimer 395

Rockwell City Ladder 70

NC Forestry Service

W. A. Brown 1954 Antique Truck

Rockwell Rural Engine 711

Salisbury Quint 4

W. A. Brown 1954 Antique Dodge M37 Brush Truck

Granite Quarry Engine 572

Salisbury Squad 1 and WTC Steel Trailer

The Salisbury Fire Department was established on Dec. 8, 1817 and is rich in tradition and history. A fire prevention parade was an annual event in Salisbury from the mid-1950s through the early 1980s.

The Salisbury Fire Department is proud to host this tradition and share the history of the Salisbury Fire Department and neighboring fire departments with the community through this year’s parade, held in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 1-6.

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