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Ford E450 Diesel Medical Unit For Sale

Ford E450 Diesel Medical Unit For Sale

2006 Ford Super Duty E450 Diesel North Star Medic Unit

Mileage: 201,257
VIN: 1FDXE45PX6DB40776

  • No body damage
  • Good tires
  • Good transmission
  • Low compression on engine
  • Starts and drives
  • All emergency lights disconnected

**This vehicle is being sold “as is” with no warranty or guarantee**

To view this vehicle, please contact Summer Miller at South Pierce Fire and Rescue at 253-847-4333 (office line – calls will be returned within 24 hours) or email smiller@spfr.org to set up a viewing appointment.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, PLEASE DO NOT visit the stations to preview the vehicles without an appointment.

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Surplus Vehicles For Sale

**SOLD**  2001 Chevrolet Suburban

Located at Station 172, 39901 Harts Lake Valley Road South, Roy, WA.
176,440 Miles
**This vehicle is being sold “as is” with no warranty or guarantee**

Condition:
Body is fair
Does not run
Engine – Poor
Transmission – Poor
Wiring – Poor
Tires – Poor

This vehicle has been sold.

**SOLD** 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe

Located at Station 171, 302 McNaught Street, Roy, WA.
167,042 Miles
**This vehicle is beind sold “as is” with no warranty or guarantee**

Condition:
Body is fair
Last time running – 6 Months ago
Engine – Poor
Tires – Fair

This vehicle has been sold.

To view one or both of these vehicles, please contact Summer Miller at South Pierce Fire and Rescue at 253-847-4333 (office line – calls will be returned within 24 hours) or email smiller@spfr.org to set up a viewing appointment.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, PLEASE DO NOT visit the stations to preview the vehicles without an appointment.

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OUTDOOR BURNING NOTICE – August 2, 2018

Effective August 2, DNR has banned all outdoor burning statewide. Some campfires may still be allowed in approved fire pits within some designated state, county, municipal, or other campgrounds. Please check with local authorities before lighting any fire. For specific information, see our sheet of acceptable and unacceptable burning.

To reduce the occurrence of human-caused wildfires, the Department of Natural Resources regulates outdoor burning through the use of burn restrictions and burn permits. DNR's jurisdiction includes all forestlands where DNR provides wildfire protection - 13 million acres of undeveloped non-federal forestland across the state. Your forested property is within DNR protection if you pay a forest fire protection assessment as part of your property tax. If you are unsure, check your county property tax statement or contact your local DNR region office.

When there is no burn restriction, burning on DNR-protected lands may be allowed if:

-You are the landowner of the property where the burning will occur, or you have obtained written permission to burn on the property from the landowner or the landowner’s designated representative, and
-Prohibited materials are not burned, which includes: garbage, dead animals, asphalt, petroleum products, paints, rubber products, plastics, treated wood, metal or any substance other than natural vegetation, which when burned releases toxic emissions, dense smoke, or odors, and
-The burning will not occur within the boundary of an Urban Growth Area unless the purpose of burning is to improve or maintain fire dependent ecosystems for rare plants or animals, and
-You are not burning debris generated from a land clearing operation. This also includes yard and garden materials moved from your improved property, and
-You follow the Rule Burn or Permit Burn

More info may be found at https://www.dnr.wa.gov/OutdoorBurning