HCC gets donated fire truck, ambulance

Haywood Community College’s Workforce Continuing Education Department recently added an ambulance and a fire truck to help train students in public safety areas.

 An ambulance was donated to the college by Haywood County commissioners and Haywood Emergency Medical Services. A retired fire truck was purchased by HCC’s Foundation from Waynesville and the Waynesville Fire Department. 

Both vehicles will aid in student training for not only public services areas of fire, law, and EMS but also for students in the Automotive Systems and Collision Repair and Refinishing curriculum programs.

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