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RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons, West Parkes captain Glen Woods, mayor Ken Keith and Superintendent Ken Neville join firefighters, staff and guests at the opening.Friday was a big day for the West Parkes Rural Fire Brigade, whonot only hosted the official opening of its fire station but so too the receipt of two new fire tankers.
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NSW Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons andthe Minister for Emergency Services David Elliott were present for the special occasion.

Minister for Emergency Services David Elliott cut the ribbon in the presence of (from left) RFS Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons, captain Glen Woods, Parkes High School fire cadets, mayor Ken Keith and Superintendent Ken Neville.

Mr Fitzsimmons, who made the trip out west to Forbes for the arrival of three new tankers before heading to Parkes, handed over the keys to two new state-of-the-art fire tankersfitted with the latest firefighting and safety features, including crew protection sprays.

The tankers are worth more than $400,000 combined and will provide moreefficiency and quality of service to the community.

Mr Fitzsimmon alsocelebrated with firefighters on their first dedicated fire station, which willprovidebetter security andis a place where they can conduct meetings and training sessions.

In the presence of the brigade, Mid Lachlan Valley RFS staff, Parkes High School fire cadets, mayor Ken Keith and Nationals candidate for the seat of Orange Scott Barrett, Mr Elliott cut the ribbon to officially open the station.

West Parkes captain Glen Woods said his firefighters really appreciated the new trucks and station.

“It’sthe combination of the trucks and the station with full amenities that makes all the members’ lives much easier,” he said.“From where we were 15 years ago, it’s a massive difference.”

Glen Woods, Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons, Ken Neville and Cr Ken Keith with one of the new tankers.

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