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The new 37-foot-long by 12-foot-high vehicle, which is being housed at the City’s Fire and Rescue Headquarters (1490 East 10th Street), will be a huge asset to the City and community in the event of a natural disaster (such as a tornado, severe weather storm or earthquake), hazardous waste materials spill, pandemic flu outbreak, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) event, or other large-scale emergency. Purchased from Burlington RV in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, for $205,000, the vehicle is equipped to accommodate 13 emergency professionals, including 10 command staff and three dispatchers. It was designed by members of the City’s Fire and Rescue HAZMAT (Hazardous Materials) team who collaborated with representatives from Burlington RV on the design and construction phases of the vehicle.