Turlock fire Capt. David Mallory, at Station 1 in Turlock, on Sept. 23, 2015, shows an existing fire engine, with its walk-through pumping module and top-mounted guages damaged by sun exposure. Side-mounted axes, hoses and nozzles are easy to steal, and jury-rigged storage traditional in fire rigs will be replaced with efficient, ergonomic storage in the new engine Mallory helped design.
Turlock fire Capt. David Mallory, at Station 1 in Turlock, on Sept. 23, 2015, shows an existing fire engine, with its walk-through pumping module and top-mounted guages damaged by sun exposure. Side-mounted axes, hoses and nozzles are easy to steal, and jury-rigged storage traditional in fire rigs will be replaced with efficient, ergonomic storage in the new engine Mallory helped design. Nan Austin naustin@modbee.com
Turlock fire Capt. David Mallory, at Station 1 in Turlock, on Sept. 23, 2015, shows an existing fire engine, with its walk-through pumping module and top-mounted guages damaged by sun exposure. Side-mounted axes, hoses and nozzles are easy to steal, and jury-rigged storage traditional in fire rigs will be replaced with efficient, ergonomic storage in the new engine Mallory helped design. Nan Austin naustin@modbee.com

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