Who Invented the First Fire Truck?

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The first fire truck was invented and built by a native New York fireman and machinist by the name of Daniel D. Hayes in 1868. A fire department bought the truck from Hayes for $3,000 and history was made.
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Thomas Lote invented the first fire truck in Joplin, Missouri in 1743. Joplin is located in Jasper and Newton County. Joplin is the largest city in Jasper County.
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Automotive pioneer Gottlieb Daimler invented the first truck in 1896. His truck had belt drive, a four horsepower engine, two forward gears and one reverse. For more information look
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depends on what you regard as a fire truck. the earliest know firefighting dates back to the first century, around AD50, but thats was a simple hand operated pump. after the 1663
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