Port Mo

Lytton Fire & Rescue is thrilled to announce that after six months of discussion, the City of Port Moody has confirmed the donation of a surplus rescue truck to Lytton Fire Rescue. The truck will be delivered sometime this spring.

For the last few years, not having a dedicated rescue truck to service their large road rescue boundary has meant that Lytton Fire & Rescue has had to use their second engine with limited tool space. This has also meant that they have taken an engine out of service for the community while responding to long rescue calls.

The new rescue truck will be used to respond to all medical aid, road rescue (motor vehicle incident), and general calls for service. The truck has room to store a full complement of rescue and fire equipment.

This gracious donation will greatly increase Lytton Fire & Rescue’s response capacity for the greater community and will serve Lytton for years to come. Many thanks to the City of Port Moody, Port Moody Fire Rescue, and all those involved in making this donation happen.

Did you know?

Lytton Fire & Rescue’s rescue boundary runs from the south side of Jackass Mountain to Spences Bridge, and slightly down Highway 8, as well as from Lytton to halfway to Lillooet on Highway 12.