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AES Dominicana donates fully equipped fire truck to Boca Chica

Helmets, hoses, ladders, motion sensors, radios, tables

Boca Chica.- The AES Dominicana Foundation donated a fully-equipped truck to Boca Chica’s Fire Dept. so they can better do their jobs, while aiming to improve the service to the seaside town.

AES Dominicana Foundation president Marco De la Rosa handed the equipment to Boca Chica mayor Daniel Ozuna and Fire Dept. chief Enerio Rodriguez.

"This donation is part of the collaboration that the company has been doing with the area’s firefighters since 2006, as neighbors with the AES Andres power plant. Furthermore we honor our commitment to the main corporate value, which is safety," De la Rosa said.

Boca Chica’s mayor and the fire chief also stated their gratitude to the company, not only for this particular occasion, but for AES Dominicana’s permanent support for the entity’s normal operations, such as the donation of fuel for the trucks and tools essential to carry out its duties.

The, firefighters meanwhile constantly collaborate with the company in conducting annual drills and education projects in topics of security for the communities.

Equipment

The U.S. made Ford Pierce B-6 Fire Truck had successfully completed all regulatory scrutiny for this type of second hand vehicles. The vehicle was also accompanied by boots, helmets, radio chargers, motion sensors, a sky hook, ladders, stretchers, coats, pants, hoses, and nozzles, among others.