What Is the Difference between a Fire Truck and a Fire Engine?

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Fire trucks or engines are vehicles use by the fight department to extinguish fire if need arises. Fire engines are first-responders and begin the initial attack on fires. Fire trucks, on the other hand, follow fire engines and aerial ladders between 75- and 104-feet tall, some trucks also carry water and have small pumpers. But the rule-of-thumb is fire engines carry hose and water, while fire trucks usually carry big ladders
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