Bruce Power is donating a surplus emergency vehicle to Grey County Fire Services. Known as a mobile air/light unit, the vehicle is used to refill firefighters’ air cylinders.

Al Davis, Bruce Power’s Acting Chief of Emergency Protective Services, said there is great value in locating the unit in Grey County.

“As well as helping out Grey County, it will also support mutual aid with Bruce County,” Davis said. “The unit will be deployable to Bruce County communities that are closer to Grey County, reducing the demand on Bruce Power’s site equipment during emergency response.”

Davis said building partnerships with our local communities to enhance emergency response capabilities is important to Bruce Power.

“This donation demonstrates a commitment to our Number 1 value of Safety First, while enhancing emergency response capabilities in the region.”

About Bruce Power

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For more information, contact:
John Peevers, Department Manager, Communications and Media Relations
519-361-6583; john.peevers@brucepower.com